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2001 Annual 

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Psalm 107 

give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom he hath 
redeemed from the hand of the enemy; 

3 And gathered them out of the lands, from the east, and 
from the west, from the north, and from the south. 

4 They wandered in the wilderness in a solitary way; they 
found no city to dwell in. 

5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in them. 

6 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
delivered them out of their distresses. 

7 And he led them forth by the right way, that they might 
go to a city of habitation. 

8 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and 
for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

9 For he satisfieth the longing soul, and filleth the hungry 
soul with goodness. 

10 Such as sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, 
being bound in affliction and iron; 

1 1 Because they rebelled against the words of God, and 
contemned the counsel of the most High: 

12 Therefore he brought down their heart with labour; 
they fell down, and there was none to help. 

13 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
saved them out of their distresses. 

14 He brought them out of darkness and the shadow of 
death, and brake their bands in sunder. 

15 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

16 For he hath broken the gates of brass, and cut the bars 
of iron in sunder. 

17 Fools because of their transgression, and because of 
their iniquities, are afflicted. 

1 8 Their soul abhorreth all manner of meat; and they draw 
near unto the gates of death. 

19 Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
saveth them out of their distresses. 

20 He sent his word, and healed them, and delivered them 
from their destructions. 

21 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

22 And let them sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving, 



and declare his works with rejoicing. 

23 They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business 
in great waters; 

24 These see the works of the Lord, and his wonders in the 
deep. 

25 For he commandeth, and raiseth the stormy wind, 
which lifteth up the waves thereof. 

26 They mount up to the heaven, they go down again to the 
depths: their soul is melted because of trouble. 

27 They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, 
and are at their wits end. 

28 Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
bringeth them out of their distresses. 

29 He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof 
are still. 

30 Then are they glad because they be quiet; so he 
bringeth them unto their desired haven. 

31 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

32 Let them exalt him also in the congregation of the peo- 
ple, and praise him in the assembly of the elders. 

33 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and the water- 
springs into dry ground; 

34 A fruitful land into barrenness, for the wickedness of 
them that dwell therein. 

35 He turneth the wilderness into a standing water, and 
dry ground into watersprings. 

36 And there he maketh the hungry to dwell, that they may 
prepare a city for habitation; 

37 And sow the fields, and plant vineyards, which may 
yield fruits of increase. 

38 He blesseth them also, so that they are multiplied great- 
ly; and suffereth not their cattle to decrease. 

39 Again, they are minished and brought low through 
oppression, affliction, and sorrow. 

40 He poureth contempt upon princes, and causeth them 
to wander in the wilderness, where there is no way. 

41 Yet setteth he the poor on high from affliction, and 
maketh him families like a flock. 

42 The righteous shall see it, and rejoice: and all iniquity 
shall stop her mouth. 

43 Whoso is wise, and will observe these things, even they 
shall understand the loving-kindness of the Lord. 



Brunswick Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



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Brunswick Baptist 
Association 

One Hundred and Third 
Annual Session 




Held with 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOILING SPRING LAKES 

Friday, October 26, 2001 



Moderator Virgil Batten 

Vice Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

Clerk Arlene Hallman 

Associate Clerk Vickie Edge 

Treasurer Ruth Galloway 

Parliamentarian Rex Gore 

Interim Director of Missions Avery Lumsden 

Director of Missions Sam Murphy 

(Beginning October 29, 2001 ) 



Next Annual Meeting Will Be Held With 

ELAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Friday, October 25, 2002 



Table of Contents 



Title Page i 

Table of Contents ii 

History of Host Church iv 

Associational Directory 1 

Associational Officers and Addresses 1 

Associational Organization Officers and Committees 2 

CHURCH DIRECTORY: 

Senior Pastors 7 

Associate Pastors 8 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Sunday School Directors 10 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 12 

Men/Boys Msn Edu Dir (Bro Dir) 13 

Clerks 14 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 17 

Organists 18 

Pianists 19 

Librarians 21 

Ministers of Youth 22 

Ministers of Recreation 23 

Ministers of Education 23 

Ministers of Preschool 24 

Ministers of Children 24 

Prayer Minister Coordinators 25 

Stewardship Chairmen 25 

Secretaries 25 

Representatives on Associational Board 28 

Ordained Ministers 30 

Messengers to Association 32 

Historical Events 35 

In Memoriam 38 

Proceedings of One Hundred Third Annual Meeting 40 

REPORTS (Association): 

Director of Missions 42 

Associational Clerk 44 

Executive Board Meeting 45 

Budget 52 

2000-2001 Yearly Financial Report 54 

Contribution from Churches 58 

Pastoral Ministries Annual Planning 2001-02 59 

Media/Library 60 

Resolutions Committee 62 

Recreation 64 

History Committee 62 



WMU 62 

REPORTS: 

Biblical Recorder 68 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 65 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC 65 

Christian Action League 69 

Council on Christian Higher Education 71 

North American Mission Board 72 

NC Baptist Foundation 73 

NC Baptist Hospitals 74 

Office of Annuity 73 

Statistical Charts 77 

Map of Brunswick Baptist Association Center of Book 

Bylaws 94 



History of First Baptist Church of Boiling Spring Lakes 

The year was 1963. The city of Boiling Springs was in its infancy. Numerous homes 
were being built. A golf course and country club had been constructed, as well as a "mod- 
ern" vacation motel. The town was still small in number, but its dreams were great. Several 
of the residents, being concerned Christians, felt the need to begin a church here in their 
community. 

Religious services began in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hufham. 
Subsequently, each week meetings were in various homes. Mrs. Margaret McCracken, 
Director of Missions for the Brunswick Baptist Association, assisted with organization. The 
first children's teacher was Miss Marceline Croom. The adults were taught by Patricia 
Hufham. James Hufham led the worship services. Gladys Lewis was in charge of the 
Sunday School and Church records. 

Later, Rev. Bradley Suggs came to lead the Sunday morning worship services. The 
Wednesday night prayer services were held in various members' homes, including Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles Pack, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Quillen, among others. 

On Sunday, May 31, 1964, the Constitution, by-laws, and Church Covenant were 
adopted. It was here that the church charter was signed and actually brought into being 
The First Baptist Church of Boiling Spring Lakes, nicknamed The Chapel in the Pines. The 
newly formed church functioned as a mission under the direction of the Brunswick Baptist 
Association until it attained membership at the October 1968 annual session. 

In the spring of 1967, God blessed the church in several ways. Boiling Spring Lakes 
First Baptist Church, together with nearby Lebanon Baptist Church, cleared a field that had 
been donated by The Reeves Company, and began construction of a church building. They 
also jointly purchased a parsonage for the pastor. 

In January of 1 968, as construction of the sanctuary began, church worship was moved 
to the parsonage. The church building was actually built in three stages. The present sanc- 
tuary with accompanying side class room and office was completed with the first service 
held May 11,1 969. The dedication service was conducted by Tom H. Williams on June 22, 
1969. The second stage included the Sunday School rooms. On March 23, 1971, the first 
classes were held there. On April 29, 1979, dedication services were held for the 
Fellowship-Educational Hall. This area has been used for training sessions, fellowship 
gatherings, meetings, and at the present time, is the center for the After School Care. 

Since the dedication of the sanctuary, there have been ten pastors, one of which 
served twice. Rev. Bradley Suggs was very instrumental in founding the church. After him, 
Rev. Daniel Bayes was here for a short while. On April 2, 1967, the church called Rev. 
George White as interim pastor and he served until December 3, 1967. At this time, we 
called Rev. Tom Williams as pastor who served until February 23, 1969. Rev. Charles 
Glisson came as pastor on March 2, 1969, and served until July 15, 1973. The church 
experienced tremendous growth during this time. Rev. George White then came back as 
interim pastor from September 2, 1973, until June 30, 1974. 

One of the youngest pastors was Rev. Robert C. Johnson. He became the first full time 
pastor and was with the church from July 1 , 1 974, until August 1 976. Then from September 
1, 1976, until January 31, 1978. Rev. Leo Cannon served as the interim pastor. 

From February 1 , 1978, until February 8, 1998, the Rev. Avery Lumsden served in the 
capacity of pastor. The church grew and flourished under his leadership. After having 
served over 20 years, Rev. Lumsden felt led by God to follow other avenues of service, so 
the search began for a new pastor. One of our own members is married to a Godly man in 
the seminary. Tabitha Hickman Knight is the wife of Troy Knight. After much prayer, the 
church felt led by God to ask Troy if he would step in as pastor when he completed semi- 
nary. Troy felt this was God's plan for him, and the rest is history. Pardon the pun. 

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Associational Leaders 



ACP Contact Person Mrs. Arlene J. Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, 

Shallotte, NC 28459; (910) 754-7416 

Brotherhood Director Mr. John Ross, 3619 Lewis Loop Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422; (910) 253-5888 

Clerk Mrs. Arlene J. Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

(910) 754-7416 

Associate Clerk Mrs. Vickie Edge, 6242 Rock Creek Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 

(910)253-6853 

Discipleship Training Director Rev. Troy W. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479; (910) 252-1450 

Moderator Mr. Virgil Batten, 2541 John Ave., Supply, NC 28462; 

(910) 842-8969 

Vice Moderator Dr. Wayne Adkisson, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 

28461; (910)457-6816 

Music Ministry Director Rev. Rick Carter, 133 High Point St., Holden Beach, 

NC 28461; (910)842-5509 

Pastoral Ministries Director Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon Dr., Supply, NC 

28461; (910) 846-1677 

Secretary Ms. Patricia Lewis, 99 Carney's Branch Trail, SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; (910) 253-3593 

Stewardship Director Mr. Purnell Swett, 158 North Shore Dr., BSL, Southport, 

NC 28461; (910) 845-0637 

Treasurer Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

(910)754-6390 

Director Assn. Missions (Interim) Rev. Avery Lumsden, 197 Boiling Spring Rd. 

BSL, Southport, NC 28461 ; (91 0) 845-231 3 

Director Assn. Missions (Full Time) Rev. Sam Murphy, 1021 Cherry Wood Ct., 

Leland, NC 28451 ; (91 0) 383-1 714 

History Committee Chair Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., 

Supply, NC 28462; (910) 754-8445 

Media Library Director Mrs. Margaret Clemmons, 117 Danford Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422; (910) 253-6849 

Nominating Committee Chair Rev. Charlie Smith, P.O. Box 10, Ash, NC 

28420; (910)287-3425 
Recreation Director. ...Mr. Jay Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470; 

(910)754-6367 

SS Directors Rev. Avery Lumsden, 197 Boiling Spring Rd., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; (91 0) 845-231 3 

Strategy Committee Chair Mr. Virgil Batten, 2541 John Ave., Supply, NC 

28462; (910) 842-8969 

Women on Missions Ms. Ann Price, P.O. Box 10523, Southport, NC 28461; 

(910)457-6972 



2001-2002 Officers and Committee Recommendations 

BRUNSWICK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 

A. OFFICERS 

1. Moderator Virgil Batten 

2. Vice Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

3. Clerk Arlene Hallman 

4. Associate Clerk Vickie Edge 

5. Treasurer Ruth Galloway 

6. Parliamentarian Rex Gore 

7. Associational Pianist - Pianist in Host Church 

B. COMMITTEES 

1 . Administrative 

1 ) Director of Missions - Chief Administrator 

2) Moderator 

3) Vice Moderator 

4) Missions Performance Chairman 

5) Chairman of Trustees 

2. Annual Meeting Order of Business 

1) Moderator/President 

2) Secretary/Clerk 

3) Music Director 

4) Director of Missions 

3. Auditing 

1) Donna Link 

2) Chris Raines 

3) Elizabeth Williams 

4. Area Communications Contact Persons 

a. Chairperson Patricia Lewis 

1) Area #1 Contact Person Carrie Langley 

Churches 

Goshen Elah Community Chapel 

Farmer's Chapel Woodburn First 

2) Area #2 Contact Person Margaret Clemmons 

Churches 

Town Creek Bolivia Peace Memorial 

Mount Olive Boiling Sp. Lks. First Faith 

Mill Creek Lebanon 

3) Area #3 Contact Person Lynn H. Ellis 

Churches 

Antioch Supply Calvary 

Jennies Branch Prospect Shallotte First 

Old Shallotte Grace 

4) Area #4 Contact Person Marilyn Swain 

Churches 

Carolinas Fellowship Gospel Center Oak Grove 

Boones Neck Bonaparte Trinity 



5) Area #5 Contact Person Jennifer Inman 

Churches 

Longwood New Life Beulah 

Friendship Soldier Bay Zion 

6) Area #6 Contact Person Sandy Williams 

Churches 

Southport Beach Road Bethel 

Oak Island Shoreline 

7) Area #7 Contact Person Toy Johnson 

Churches 

Sunset Harbor First Mount Pisgah Shell Point 

Sabbath Home Brunswick Islands New Ebenezer 

5. Credentials 

1) Janice Singletary 

2) Lib Sellers 

3) Betty Gavin 

6. Finance 

1) Alan Bellamy 

2) Don Evans 

3) Ruth Galloway 

4) Helen Lewis 
5) 

7. History 

1) Vera Bowling 

2) John Butler 

3) Gwen Causey 

8. Nominating 

1) John Butler 

2) Ouida Hewett 

3) Bill Smith 

4) Charlie Smith 

9. Properties 

1 ) Van Hewett 

2) Anita Kozelouzek 

3) Patricia Lewis 

4) Doug Ward 

10. Resolutions 

1) Gwen Causey 

2) Ouida Hewett 

11. Strategy Planning 

1) Moderator Virgil Batten 

2) Vice Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

3) Stewardship Director Purnell Swett 

4) Finance Chairman 

5) Sunday School Director Avery Lumsden 

6) Discipleship Training Director Troy Knight 

7) Pastoral Ministries Director David Stratton 

8) WMU Director Ann Price 

9) Brotherhood Director John Ross 



12. Ordination 

1) Charlie Carter 

2) Anthony Clemmons 

3) Stan Knowles 

4) Mark Owens 

5) Debby Simmons 

13. Constitution 

1) Earl Bellamy 

2) Rex Gore 

3) V.C. Potter, Jr. 

4) A.V. Sellers 

14. Vision Committee 

1) Verma Hardee 

2) Charles Inman 

3) Jack Miller 

4) Purnell Swett 

5) Greg White 

15. Personnel Committee 

1) Jennifer Inman 

2) David Stratton 

3) Margie Dozier-Tomei 

4) Marion Warren 

5) Houston Williams 

16. Pastors' Conference 

1 ) President - Troy Knight 

2) Vice President - Charlie Carter 

3) Secretary - Barbara Bell 

4) Treasurer - Jack Miller 

5) Program Coordinator - Wayne Adkisson 
Assistant - Troy Knight 

Assistant - Charlie Carter 

17. Hispanic 

1) Gilbert Costello 

2) Juan Cohen 

3) Lucy Lumsden 

MISSIONS PERFORMANCE GROUP 

A. Pastoral Ministries David Stratton 

B. Sunday School (ACTeam) Avery Lumsden 

C. Discipleship Training Troy Knight 

D. Music Rick Carter 

E. Brotherhood John Ross 

F. WMU Ann Price 

G. Evangelism Kenneth Benton 

H. Stewardship Purnell Swett 

I. Missions Development 

J. Media/Library Margaret Clemmons 

K. Recreation Jay Houston 

L. Christian Life/Public Affairs 
M. Coastal Baptist Study Center 

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N. Youth Consultant.. Rudy Ramphal 

III. CHURCH PROGRAMS ORGANIZATIONS 

A. PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

1. Director David Stratton 

2. Pastors' Conference President Troy Knight 

3. Deacons' Representative Alan Shirley 

B. SUNDAY SCHOOL 

1. ACTeam/Director Avery Lumsden 

2. Teacher/Improvement Training Jim Hartman 

3. VBS Director Anita White 

4. Preschool Director Chris Willetts 

5. Children's Director Shelly Fullwood 

6. Youth Director..., Jean Kivette 

7. Adult Director Lucy Lumsden 

8. Backyard Bible Club Director Monica Varnam 

Cindy Galloway 

C. DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

1. Director Troy Knight 

D. MUSIC MINISTRY COUNCIL 

1. Director Rick Carter 

E. BROTHERHOOD 

1. Director John Ross 

2. Baptist Men's President 

3. R.A. Director 

4. Associate RA Director 

5. Disaster Recovery Coordinator 

F. WMU 

1. Director Ann Price 

2. Area Communicators Toy Johnson 

Vera Bowling 

Marilyn Swain 

Laraine Muncy 

3. Secretary/Treasurer 

4. Historian Emeritus Susie Carson 

5. Women on Mission Consultant Ouida Hewett 

6. WOM Assistant Linda McDonald 

7. Acteens Consultant 

8. GA Consultant Carla Shipman 

9. Mission Friends Consultant Wendy Campbell 

G. EVANGELISM 

1. Director Kenneth Benton 

2. Vice Chairman Anthony Clemmons 

3. Prayer Chairman Charles Smith 

H. STEWARDSHIP 

1. Director Purnell Swett 

I. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

1 . Director 

2. Survey/People Search/Promotional Director Ardith Shaw 

3. WMU Representative Ann Price 

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4. Brotherhood Representative John Ross 

5. Student Union Ministry Pam Johnson 

6. Sunday School Representative Avery Lumsden 

7. Church Extension Director 

8. Church & Race Relations Director Mel Cornillaud 

9. Resort Ministries Director 

10. Human Needs Ministries Director 

11. Chaplaincy Director Bert Walls 

12. Hispanic Ministries Director Lucy Lumsden 

Juan Cohen 
Gilbert Costello 

13. Multihousing Ministries Director 
J. MEDIA/LIBRARY 

1. Director Margaret Clemmons 

2. Associate Director 

3. Secretary/Treasurer Peggy Owens 

K. RECREATION 

1. Director Jay Houston 

2. Associate Directors Johnny Craig 

Charlie Carter 
L CHRISTIAN LIFE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL 

1 . Director 

2. Council Ouida Hewett 

3. Council Shirley Babson 

M. COASTAL BAPTIST STUDY CENTER 

1 . Director 
N. YOUTH COUNCIL 

1. Youth Consultant Rudy Ramphal 

2. Council Members: 

Jean Kivette Buddy Norris Cathy Varnam 

Joanne Raleigh John Rogers Will Thomas 

IV. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

A. Vice-Moderator, Chairman 

B. Mission Performance Group Directors 



Senior Pastors 

(All area codes are 910 unless otherwise noted) 

Antioch Rev. Tim Spencer, P.O. Box 267, Bolivia, NC 28422-0267; 

253-5332 

Beach Road Rev. Ray Webb, 226 NE 38th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

457-0300 

Bethel Rev. William Rice, 1628 N. Howe St., Southport, NC 28461-8904; 

457-6126 

Beulah Rev. Michael Blevins, 1070 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2229; 287-6707 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Rev. Troy W. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5389; 252-1450 

Bolivia Rev. Mark Rogers, P.O. Box 159, Bolivia, NC 28422 

Bonaparte Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply NC 28462-5472; 

842-5489 

Boones Neck Rev. Richard Bradley, 2119 Smithtown Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7631; 253-9169 

Brunswick Islands Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon St., SW, Supply NC 

28462-5416; 842-8969 

Calvary Dr. John M. Peverett, 1748 Rosebay Ct., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5772; 575-2911 

Elah Rev. Jack Miller, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8367; 

371-2315 

Faith Rev. Leo Cannon, 1970 Southport Supply Rd.,SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7636; 253-5783 

Farmers Chapel Rev. Glenn Jackson, 454 Delco Prosper Rd., Delco, NC 

28436; 655-9082 

Friendship Rev. Jesse Stephens, 4006 Thomas Rd., Little River, SC 29566; 

(843) 399-3050 

Goshen Dr. Barbara Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct. SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558 

371-0994 

Gospel Center Rev. Doug Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2751; 842-7153 

Grace Rev. Brent Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Jennies Branch Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5256 Beach Dr., SW, Shallotte, NC 

28470-5264; 754-6218 

Lebanon Rev. Jessie (Jack) Land, P.O. Box 229, Winnabow, NC 28497-0229 

Longwood Rev. Kenny Todd, 7221 Hwy. 90, Longs, SC 29568-6227; 

(843)399-3911 

Mill Creek Rev. R. Daryl Oliver, 1096 Mill Creek Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8548; 253-5275 

Mt. Olive Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 

New Ebenezer Missionary Rev. Ronnie L. McCray, Jr., 479 McMilly Rd., 

Shallotte, NC 28470-1803; 755-7007 

New Life Rev. Clayton Rivenbark, 410 Harris Swamp Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8602; 253-4971 



Oak Grove Rev. Albert Young, 1350 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3146;842-9212 

Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212;278-9511 

Old Shallotte Rev. Larry Shreve, P.O. Box 3194, Shallotte NC 28459-3194; 

575-6084 
Peace Memorial ....Rev. David Woodley, P.O. Box 973, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578; 

(843) 903-0369 

Prospect Rev. Robert McClain, 1011 Pierce Rd., Southport NC 28461; 

845-2825 

Shallotte First Dr. Randy Gruber, 9201 Bonaparte Dr., SW, Calabash NC 

28467-3008; 579-3017 

Shell Point Rev. Tommy Inman, P.O. Box 703, Shallotte NC 28459-0703; 

754-9632 

Shoreline Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 East Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465; 278-9774 

Soldier Bay Rev. Charlie Smith, P.O. Box 10, Ash, NC 28420-0010; 287-3425 

Southport Dr. L. Wayne Adkisson, 200 N. Howe St., Southport, NC 

28461-3816; 457-6816 
Sunset Harbor First.. ..Rev. Greg Packer, P.O. Box 1245, Bladenboro, NC 28320; 

863-4563 

Supply Rev. William (Bill) H. McNeill, 88 Ocean Hwy. E., Supply, NC 

28462-3356;754-5618 

Town Creek Missionary Rev. Vic C. Potter, Jr., 832 Green Hill Rd. NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-8624; 253-5683 

Woodburn First Rev. S.L. Doty, 114 Baldwin Dr., Leland, NC 28451-8248; 

371 -2464 

Associate Pastors 

Brunswick Islands Dr. Marvin Gold, 116 Greensboro St., Supply, NC 

28462-1913;842-7783 

Gospel Center Rev. Weston Varnam, 3335 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-5937; 842-6518 
Southport Rev. Jeff Johnson, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Deacon Chairmen 

Antioch Mr. Glenn Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750; 

253-4964 
Beach Road. ...Mr. Ray Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd., Southport, NC 28461; 

253-6086 
Bethel Mr. Tony Gaw, P.O. Box 12541, Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461; 

845-2685 
Beulah Mr. Eddie Bennett, 731 Hickman Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 28467-2154; 

287-3955 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Gene Conner, 514 Fifty Lakes Dr., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-2406 



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Bonaparte.... Mr. Russell B. Mincey r 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 
Boones Neck. ..Mr. W. Earl Bellamy, Jr., 3475 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply NC 

28462-6103;842-6455 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Dallas Pruitt, 2909 James St., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-3045 

Calvary Mr. Lewis Shaw, P.O. Box 2022, Shallotte, NC 28459-2022; 

754-4581 

Community Chapel Mr. Gordon Powell, 1378 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, NC 

28451; 371-2001 

Elah Mr. John Butler, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland NC 28451-8367; 

371-2315 

Faith Mr. Henry Crisco, 449 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7576; 

253-9903 

Farmers Chapel Mr. Larry Skipper, 3200 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8661; 655-2572 

Friendship Mr. Bryan R. Smith, Sr., 7520 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 

28452-9705; 287-3315 

Goshen Mr. Don Summerville, 2401 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8947; 655-3403 

Gospel Center Mr. Danny Galloway, 3305 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-5937; 842-6632 

Grace Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash NC 28420-3000; 

287-3973 

Jennies Branch Mr. David Pridgen, Jr., P.O. Box 447, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

754-6096 

Lebanon Mr. Charlie Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-8097 

Longwood Mr. Horace Smith, P.O. Box 96, Longwood, NC 28452-0096; 

287-3313 

Mill Creek Mr. Harry Batson, 836 Caison Loop Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5348; 253-5476 

Mount Olive Mr. William A. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 253-6313 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Gary McDonald, 917 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-6693 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mr. Howard Robinson, 2024 Midway Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-8016 

New Life Mr. Joey Pruitt, 4791 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4221 ; 

287-6469 

Oak Grove Mr. J. Richard Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-4454; 

754-6492 

Oak Island First Mr. Tom Vining, 105 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-6216 

Peace Memorial Mr. J.C. Evans, 5830 Ocean Hwy., E, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-6785 

Prospect Mr. Lynn Gause, P.O. Box 12, Shallotte, NC 28459-0012; 754-8527 

Sabbath Home Mr. James Caison, 3052 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5708; 842-2659 



Shallotte First Mr. Gary Galloway, 2756 Wistera Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6051 ; 842-2756 
Shell Point Mr. Harold Robinson, 920 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3338; 842-6351 

Shoreline Mr. Ken Green, 106 NE 43rd St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-3684 

Soldier Bay Mr. Vardell Hughes, 7027 Hughes-Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3015;287-3757 
Southport Mr. Rick Holbrook, 98 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412; 278-3134 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Henry Alexander, 1870 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 842-3254 
Supply. ...Mr.Allen Russ, 1210 Crossroad Trail, SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 754-6633 
Town Creek Missionary Mr. Joe Best, 839 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7371; 253-5613 

Woodburn First Mr. Steve McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451-8484; 

371-3707 
Zion Dewayne McCumbee, P.O. Box 82, Ash, NC 28420; 754-2257 

Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Mr. Joe Williams, 4736 Blue Water St., SE, Southport, NC 28461 ; 

457-4415 

Beach Road Mr. Jeff Spivey, 304 McGlamery St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-7206 

Bethel Mrs. Sue Mosley, St. James Plantation, Southport, NC 28461 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. John Ward, P.O. Box 10246, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 253-8300 

Bolivia Mr. Mozelle Craft, 57 Corbett Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422-8647; 253-6680 

Bonaparte Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 

Boones Neck Mr. Danny L. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Hubert Davis, 2312 Russ St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-4173; 842-4291 

Calvary Mrs. Paula Garrett, 1721 W. Sandridge Ct., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469; 575-4829 

Community Chapel Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dale's Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7945;371-2380 

Elah Mr. Mike Travelstead, 9359 Merrywood Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

383-6152 

Faith Mr. Brian Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln., SE, Bolivia NC 28422-8634; 

253-7682 

Farmers Chapel Mr. Murray R. Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

655-0364 ext. 3 

Friendship Mr. Bryan R. Smith, Jr., 7505 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 

28452-9710; 287-3180 

Goshen Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9070;655-2658 

Gospel Center Mr. D. Richard Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, Shallotte, NC 28459- 

3369; 754-7416 

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Grace Mr. Howard E. Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583;287-6712 

Jennies Branch Mr. Leamon Clemmons, 3773 Marsh Hen Dr., Shallotte, NC 

28470; 754-7628 

Lebanon Mr. Charlie Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-8097 
Longwood ...Mr. Leroy Benton, 958 Pea Landing RcL, NW, Ash, NC 28420-2508; 

287-3872 

Mill Creek Mrs. Ruth Gore, 1158 Lords Branch Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5610; 253-6240 
Mount Olive ....Mr. Henry Williams, 1150 Crossroads Trail SE, Bolivia NC 28422- 

7640; 754-8438 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Lloyd G. Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-8398 

New Life Mr. Joey Pruitt, 4791 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4221 ; 

287-6469 

Oak Grove Mr. Wayne Gore, P.O. Box 2823, Shallotte, NC 28459-2823; 

754-4466 

Oak Island First Mr. Kenneth Palmeter, 115 NE 43rd St., Oak Island NC 

28465-5454; 278-6329 
Old Shallotte. ..Mr. Malcolm Grissett, 361 Longwood Rd., NW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-3607; 579-6599 
Peace Memorial. ...Mr. H.L. Rich, Jr., 5372 Maultsby Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

253-4000 
Prospect. ...Mrs. Alice Hinceman, 2699 Craven St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5158; 

842-1653 

Sabbath Home Mr. James Caison, 3052 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5708; 842-2659 

Shallotte First Mrs. Dean Carroll, P.O. Box 279, Shallotte NC 28459-0279; 

754-5514 
Shell Point ....Mr. Jeremy Clemmons, 75 Quilt Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3315; 

755-8944 

Shoreline Mrs. Elaine Hemphill, 123 SE 48th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-5636 

Soldier Bay Mr. Terry Milliken, 6989 Hughes Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3017;287-6503 

Southport Mr. Arnie Hegler, 4978 Jericho Rd., Southport, NC 28461-8925; 

457-5831 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Clarence Wooten, 579 Bell Tr., Bolivia NC 28422; 

842-4234 

Supply Mr. Ronnie McKeithan, 1594 Stone Chimney Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

846-5378 

Town Creek Missionary Mr. David Short, Sr., 1235 Cherrytree Rd., NE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5479; 253-5017 

Woodburn First Mr. Steve McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451-8484; 

371-3707 

Zion Mr. Ken Kennedy, 4310 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4246; 

754-3550 



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WMU Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Sarah Lewis, 2936 Ripley Dr., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5639 

Beach Road Mrs. Anita White, P.O. Box 277, Supply, NC 28462-0277; 

278-9397 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Debby W. Simmons, 1652 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5384; 253-4056 

Bolivia Mrs. Sandy Rogers, 89 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4074 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Juanita Hubbard, 112 Golden Dune Way, 

Holden Beach, NC 28462-2085; 846-4671 

Calvary Mrs. Ruth Ball, 4404 Bluff Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470; 754-2729 

Elah Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8368;371-2834 

Faith Mrs. Ruby Casonava, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 

Friendship Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3315 

Goshen Mrs. Betsy Summerville, 2401 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8947; 655-3403 

Gospel Center Mrs. Eva K. Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply NC 

28462-2751; 842-7153 
Grace ....Mrs. Marlene Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Ellen Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6343; 754-6501 

Lebanon Mrs. Judy Faircloth, 519 Cooks Way Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4637 

Mill Creek Mrs. Sandra Johnson, P.O. Box 33, Bolivia, NC 28422-0033; 

253-6543 

Mount Olive Mrs. Vesta C. Williams, 1150 Crossroads Tit, SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7640; 754-8438 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Linda B. McDonald, 917 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-5811; 842-6693 

Oak Island First Mrs. Debbie Adams, 90 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412; 278-5085 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Nancy Gibbs, P.O. Box 6822, So. Brunswick, NC 

28470-6822;754-2216 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Toy Johnson, 881 Sabbath Home Rd, SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5351 ; 842-6590 
Shallotte First. ...Mrs. Sheila Smith, 2618 Sanders Forrest Dr., NW, Shallotte, NC 

28470-5827; 754-8677 

Shell Point Mrs. Margaret Carpenter, 3153 Shell Point Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470-5740; 754-8677 

Shoreline Mrs. Terri Borgardts, 141 NE 14th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-9576 

Soldier Bay Ms. Hilda Smith, 3148 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 

287-3704 

Southport Mrs. Bonnie Kinzer, 3600 Ruddy Duck Ln., Southport, NC 

28461-8415; 253-3600 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Lois Alexander, 1870 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-3254 

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Supply Mrs. Pam Johnson, P.O. Box 13, Supply, NC 28462-0013; 754-3199 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Edie Walls, 887 Batten Rd., Southport, 

NC 28461-9743; 845-3384 

Woodburn First Ms. Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 

Men/Boys Msn Edu Dir (Bro Dir) 

Antioch Mr. Joe Williams, 4736 Blue Water St., SE, Southport, NC 28461 ; 

457-4415 

Beach Road Mr. Mel Cornillaud, 2821 Irwin Dr., SE, Southport, NC 

28461-8469;253-9379 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Gary Jones, 1685 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-4552 

Bolivia Rev. Mark Rogers, 89 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4074 

Boones Neck Mr. W. Earl Bellamy, Jr., 3475 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-6103; 842-6455 
Brunswick Islands Mr. Ronnie Tew, 318 Mt. Pisgah Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

846-3137 

Calvary Mr. Tony Clayton, 16 Green Bay Rd., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-9313;579-6270 
Elah ....Mr. Mike Travelstead, 9356 Merrywood Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 383-6152 
Goshen. ..Mr. David Price, 129 Dogwood Cir., Leland, NC 28451-9777; 655-1183 
Grace Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 

287-3973 
Jennies Branch. ..Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469; 754-6533 
Mount Olive Mr. David Pigott, 982 Hewett Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5808; 

842-6545 
Mount Pisgah Mr. John R. Ward, 2210 Forest Dr., SW, Supply NC 28462; 

842-8340 

Oak Grove Mr. Greg White, 845 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-9073 

Oak Island First Mr. Scott Poole, 104 SW 3rd St., Oak Island, NC 28465-6907; 

278-5127 

Old Shallotte Mr. James Venable, 1133 Pine Bur Cir., SW, Sunset Beach, NC 

28468-4823; 575-2307 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462; 842-6311 
Shallotte First Mr. Jim Elmore, 2700 Paul Andrew St., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-3586 
Shell Point Rev. Tommy Inman, P.O. Box 703, Shallotte, NC 28459-0703; 

754-9632 
Shoreline. ..Mr. Walt Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-5747 
Soldier Bay Mr. Earl Hughes, 5151 Bridgers Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

754-8790 
Southport Mr. Scott McMahan, 231 Nassau Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 28461; 

845-4855 
Supply ...Mr. Allen Russ, 1210 Crossroad Trail SE., Bolivia, NC 28422; 754-6633 

Town Creek Missionary Mr. Richard T. Love, 684 Governors Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5120; 253-5895 

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Woodburn First... Mr. Shikry Robbins, 953 Bear Trap Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

253-8928 
Zion Mr. Ken Kennedy, 4310 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420; 754-3550 

Clerks 

Antioch Mrs. Joyce Daniel, 1245 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8031 ; 253-6538 

Beach Road Mrs. Audrey M. Wise, 209 Crowell St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-3433 

Bethel Mrs. Vickie S. Camp, 2003 Zion Hill Rd., SE., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-3743 

Beulah Mrs. Sonia N. Stevens, 1087 River Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2707; 579-3367 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Denise Caudill, 1951 Boiling Spring Rd., 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-3175 
Bolivia. ..Mrs. Tammy Albright, 517 Halfway Ct., SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5604; 

253-4212 

Bonaparte Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 

579-6821 

Boones Neck Mrs. Deborah Bradley, 2119 Smithtown Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422;253-9169 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Rhonda Hewett, 1514 Sykes St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-4356 

Calvary Mrs. Emma L. Hewett, 6736 Ocean Hwy., W, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3504; 579-5258 
Community Chapel ...Ms. Joyce Midgett, 2512 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7836;655-3644 

Elah Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8368;371-2834 

Faith Mrs. Kathy Creech, 919 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8401; 

253-6733 

Farmers Chapel Ms. Virginia P. Skipper, 3200 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8661;655-2572 

Friendship Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3315 

Goshen ....Mrs. Mary B. Flynn, 1811 Fertilizer Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456-7012; 

655-3194 

Gospel Center Mrs. Marilyn S. Swain, 210 Varnamtown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6008;842-6217 
Grace. ...Mr. Archie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 754-5112 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Eva H. Gore, 1721 Gores Landing Rd., SW, Ocean Isle 

Beach, NC 28469-6347; 754-6926 

Lebanon Mrs. Velma Hewett, 1260 George II Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-5728 

Longwood Miss Tammy E. Lewis, 7310 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 28452- 

9701;287-3845 

Mill Creek Ms. Vera G. Bowling, 1220 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-6475 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gwen B. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8720 

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Mount Pisgah...Mrs. Renee C. Clemmons, 983 Taft RcL, SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-3558 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mrs. Mildred Goodman, 1005 Midway Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-7541 
New Life ....Miss Thelma Little, 4638 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3227 

Oak Grove Mrs. Christine H. Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 

28470-4454; 754-6492 

Oak Island First Mrs. Theresa Ellison, 7300 River Rd., Lot 52, P.O. Box 1103, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 454-4124 

Old Shallotte Ms. Judy A. Brooks, P.O. Box 1176, Shallotte, NC 28459-1176; 

579-4637 
Peace Memorial. ...Mrs. Ruth Kye, P.O. Box 95, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6345 

Prospect Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3748 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Shelba O. Thornton, 2708 Milliken Ave., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2955; 842-6824 

Shallotte First Mrs. Gail Ward, 838 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3282; 842-5674 
Shell Point. ...Mrs. Mary Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 
Soldier Bay ....Mrs. Pamela Evans, P.O. Box 92, Ash, NC 28420-0092; 287-3734 

Southport Mr. Dean Sexton, 1010 Dutchman Cove Rd., Southport, NC 

28461-2684; 457-9343 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Emmie Grogan, 687 Jason St., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 842-5325 

Supply Mrs. Jeanette S. Galloway, 200 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3482; 754-5618 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Linda Lanier, P.O. Box 302, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0302; 253-6485 

Woodburn First Mrs. Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 

Zion Mrs. Evelyn W. McCumbee, 5870 McCumbee Trl., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3304; 287-3464 

Treasurers 

Beach Road. ...Mrs. Joyce Foster, 139 NE 38th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5632; 

278-4348 
Bethel... .Mrs. Betty Sheffield, 206 NE 70th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-4453 

Beulah Mrs. Cheryl Bennett, 500 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2154 
Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Jim Elswick, 211 S. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 

28461-8804;845-2122 

Bolivia Ms. Ella Jane Wescott, 89 Wilson St., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5042 

Bonaparte Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 
Boones Neck Mrs. Irene H. Bellamy, 3475 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6103;842-6455 



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Brunswick Islands Mr. Al Hubbard, 112 Golden Dune Way, Holden Beach, NC 

28462-2085; 846-4671 

Calvary Mrs. Lumina Soles, P.O. Box 261 , Shallotte, NC 28459-0261 ; 

754-4460 

Community Chapel Ms. Kitty Skipper, 3274 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7820;655-3345 

Elah Mr. John Butler, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8367; 

371-2315 

Faith Mrs. Rosa Allen, 905 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8041; 

253-7735 

Farmers Chapel Mrs. Iris T. Casteen, 3304 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451- 

8306; 655-2004 

Friendship Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash-Little River Rd., Ash, NC 

28420-1810;287-3478 

Goshen Mr. James Mintz, 4435 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-9057 

Gospel Center Mrs. Sherrill Hewett, 1700 Empire Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3108;842-2153 

Grace Mrs. Joyce Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583:287-6712 
Jennies Branch ....Mrs. Marilyn Richberg, 1263 Goose Creek Rd., SW, Shallotte, 

NC 284707-5218; 754-4898 

Lebanon Mrs. Judy Faircloth, 519 Cooks Way Rd., Winnabcw, NC 28479; 

253-4637 

Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 287-3872 

Mill Creek Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5403; 253-6523 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gwen B. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8720 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Judy W. Clemmons, 273 Sellers Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3708; 754-6487 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mrs. Doris Belton, 1999 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8019; 253-5741 

New Life Mrs. Juanita Pruitt, 5970 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2702; 287-3804 

Oak Grove Mrs. Deborah H. Hardee, 1678 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3190; 754-4693 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jill Coughlin, 129 Windemere Dr., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-8767 

Old Shallotte Mr. Thomas Batson, P.O. Box 82, Shallotte, NC 28459-0082; 

754-6536 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Annel Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4944 

Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Prudy Robinson, 904 Sabbath Home Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462; 842-6606 

Shallotte First Mrs. Vicki Artz, P.O. Box 3351, Shallotte, NC 28459-3351; 

754-6516 
Shell Point.. ..Mr. Jay R. Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 

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Shoreline Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Don Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Mrs. Edythe Smith, 102 Park Ave., Southport, NC 28461-3120; 

457-6157 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Jenny Turner, 626 Lockwood Folly Rd., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422; 842-9487 

Supply Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3486; 754-6390 
Town Creek Missionary. .Mrs. Carol Hardee, 799 Governors Rd., SE, Winnabow, 

NC 28479-5123; 253-6534 

Woodbum First Mrs. Faye Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8325;371-9757 
Zion Mr. Ray Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 754-6264 

Music Directors 

Antioch Mr. Guy Willetts, 810 McKay Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5538 

Beach Road Mrs. Nancy Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd., Southport, NC 

28461 ; 253-6086 

Bethel Mrs. Vickie S. Camp, 2003 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-3743 

Beulah Mr. Reece Smith, 1080 Oyster Catcher Dr., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-7043 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. James (Jim) Rye, 1538 Pembroke-Jones, 

Wilmington, NC 28409; 264-2324 

Bolivia Mr. Stan Knowles, 4352 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422-8636; 

253-5534 

Boones Neck Mr. Danny L. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Richard M. Shenton, 982 Ocean Blvd., W, Supply, NC 

28462-1816; 842-4049 

Calvary Rev. Rick Carter, 133 High Point St., Holden Beach, NC 28462; 

842-5509 

Community Chapel Ms. Patsy Murray, 4906 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 

28403-5257; 791-8645 

Elah Mrs. Barbara Travelstead, 9356 Merrywood Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451- 

9099;383-6152 

Faith Mr. L.V. Walton, 5490 Ocean Hwy., E, Winnabow, NC 28479-5436; 

253-5488 

Friendship Mrs. Kathy Formyduval, 2970 Ash-Little River Rd., Longwood, NC 

28452; 287-3399 

Goshen Dr. Barbara Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558; 

371-0994 

Gospel Center Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2775; 842-9373 

Grace Rev. Brent Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 



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Jennies Branch Mr. Bobby L. Gore, 1637 Pierce St., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-4721 ; 579-6469 

Lebanon Mr. David Thrift, 3283 Goosbury Ln., Winnabow, NC 28479 

Mill Creek Mr. Robert Willetts, III, 1005 Danford Rd, SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-6237 

Mount Olive Mrs. Vesta C. Williams, 1150 Crossroads Trl., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7640; 754-8438 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Hulan Royals, 373 Cumbee Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-6685 

New Life Ms. Jill Bennett, 4976 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4208; 

287-3227 

Oak Grove Mrs. Teresa Simmons, P.O. Box 1339, Shallotte," NC 28459; 

842-8821 

Oak Island First Rev. Wilton Lennon, 132 NW 4th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

201-1519 
Old Shallotte ...Mr. Albert V. Hughes, 129 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4439; 

754-6762 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Barbara Kuhn, 3715 Old Maco Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 

655-6058 

Sabbath Home Ms. Mary Simmons, 2760 Lancaster Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-6743 
Shallotte First. ...Mrs. Sandra Hall, P.O. Box 598, Shallotte, NC 28459; 754-6482 

Shell Point Mrs. Cynthia Hilz, 1816 Pharview Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5756; 579-2988 

Shoreline Ms. Debbie Stephens, 1130 Morehead Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-3660 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Wandra Hardwick, 5127 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3719; 287-7125 

Southport Rev. Edward Hicks, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First. ..Mrs. Mary Francis Howell, 698 Sunset Dr., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7838; 842-9980 

Supply Mrs. Pam Hewett, 2172 Ocean Hwy., W, Supply, NC 28462-4020; 

754-6528 
Town Creek Missionary ..Mrs. June Beasley, 570 Governors Rd., SE, Winnabow, 

NC 28479-5112; 253-5519 
Zion ...Mrs. Lisa Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 754-6264 

Church Organists 

Antioch Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, 178 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8502; 253-6560 

Beach Road Ms. Charlotte Byrd, 4665 Port Loop Rd., Southport, NC 28461; 

457-0744 

Beulah Mrs. Barbara Meares, 870 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2222; 287-3272 

Bolivia Ms. Martha Ownby, 4352 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-5534 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Helen Zenzer, 3573 Lakeview Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2622; 842-5749 

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Calvary Mrs. Lillian Hewett, 1974 Ocean Hwy., W, Supply, NC 28462-4018; 

754-4719 

Elah Mrs. Elizabeth Gainey, 1412 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8034; 

371-2112 

Farmers Chapel Mrs. Barbara Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

655-3643 

Friendship Mrs. Betty W. Long, 8169 Pireway Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2019; 

287-6338 

Gospel Center Mrs. Paulette A. Varnam, 140 Violet St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2782; 842-6944 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Eva H. Gore, 1721 Gores Landing Rd, SW, Ocean Isle 

Beach, NC 28469-6347; 754-6926 

Mount Olive Mrs. Sue C. Wescott, 14 Stone Chimney Rd., SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-2737 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Janice R. Kuigre, Old River Rd. Vtn., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-9741 

Oak Island First Ms. Marlene Lively, 125 NW 12th St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-7026; 278-5829 
Old Shallotte ....Mr. Bobby Wilson, 1375 Ocean Haven Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

579-4883 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Toy Johnson, 881 Sabbath Home Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5351 ; 842-6590 

Shallotte First Mrs. Ouida Hewett, P.O. Box 361, Shallotte, NC 28459-0361; 

842-6017 

Shell Point Mr. Joshua Coffman, 1816 Pharview Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469; 579-2988 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Faye Smith, 3786 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3734; 287-5354 

Southport Ms. Linda Tronzo, 315 NE 60th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-4706; 

278-7199 
Supply ...Mrs. Ethelyn Hawes, 171 Countryside Dr., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3301; 

754-4416 
Town Creek Missionary.. ..Mrs. Cheryl Maultsby, 5230 Maultsby Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-7849; 253-6429 

Church Pianists 

Antioch Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750; 

253-4964 
Beach Road Mrs. Pam Cumbee, 5672 Bethel Rd., Southport, NC 28461; 

457-6730 
Bethel Mrs. Joyce P. Splawn, 1997 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

846-2064 

Beulah Mrs. Edna McLamb, 780 Hickman Rd., NW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2026; 287-3203 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Margie Candler, 420 Tate Lake Rd., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-2218 
Bolivia Ms. Ella Jane Wescott, 89 Wilson St., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5042 



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Bonaparte Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 

579-6821 
Boones Neck Mrs. Martha Benton, 2762 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5420;842-6813 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Juanita Hubbard, 112 Golden Dune Way, 

Holden Beach, NC 28462-2085; 846-4671 
Calvary ...Ms. Maggie Crumpler, 6305 Tolman St., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 

579-7441 
Community Chapel....Ms. Magdalene Davis, 2620 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-7896; 655-2076 

Elah Miss Jennifer Day, 1402 Myrtle Ave., Leland, NC 28451-9797; 371-9847 

Faith Mrs. Wenda Holden, 370 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3288; 754-6210 
Farmers Chapel ..Ms. Shirlene Scoggins, 1853 Colon Mintz Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8759;655-3963 

Friendship Mrs. Kathy Formyduval, 2970 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Longwood, 

NC 28452-9720; 287-3399 
Goshen ....Mrs. Mary B. Flynn, 1811 Fertilizer Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456-7012; 

655-3194 
Gospel Center Mrs. Emma Lea Caison, 2609 Wildcat Dr.. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2785; 842-6521 
Gospel Center..... Mrs. Paulette A. Varnam, 140 Violet St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2782; 842-6944 

Grace Miss Julie White, P.O. Box 34, Shallotte, NC 28459-0034; 754-4752 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Melba Johnson, 39 Fairway Dr., Shallotte, NC 

28470-4422; 754-8822 

Lebanon Mrs. Betty J. Land, 1045 Hickman Rd., Calabash, NC 28467; 

287-7131 
Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2508; 287-3872 
Mill Creek Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5403; 253-6523 
Mount Olive Mrs. Rita F. Lewis, 2885 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2387; 842-4896 
Mount Pisgah Mrs. Loretta R. Hewett, 549 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6315;842-6553 
New Ebenezer Missionary. ...Ms. Joyce Bullock, 3669 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, 

Leland, NC 28451-8932; 655-6045 
New Life. ...Mrs. Debra Duncan, 1116 Russtown Rd., NW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3557; 287-5220 
Oak Grove Mrs. Janet Evans, 1948 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3174;754-9879 
Oak Island First Mrs. Lynette Nobles, 213 Stuart Ave., Southport, NC 

28461-3049; 457-7675 
Old Shallotte Mrs. Nancy Gibbs, P.O. Box 6822, South Brunswick, NC 

28470-6822; 754-2216 
Old Shallotte. ......Mrs. Tamala Grimes, 97 Plantation Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-7302; 579-8331 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Barbara Caudill, 973 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451:253-5350 

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Prospect Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3748 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Donna Ennis, 2653 Old Ferry Connection, SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2283; 842-6159 

Shallotte First Mrs. Daisy L. Ivey, P.O. Box 2545, Shallotte, NC 28459-2545; 

754-5121 

Shell Point Mrs. Selene Robinson, 920 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3338; 842-6351 

Shoreline Ms. Debbie Stephens, 1130 Morehead Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-3660 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Sue Simmons, 6185 Ludlum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3213; 

287-6511 

Southport Mrs. Pam Hicks, 2004 Robert Ruark Dr., Southport, NC 

28461-2652; 457-4767 
Sunset Harbor First. ..Mrs. Mary Francis Howell, 698 Sunset Dr., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7838; 842-9980 
Supply.. ..Mrs. Glenda Caylor, 138 N. Park Ave., SE, Southport, NC 28461-3120; 

457-5902 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Becky Falor, 823 Charming Way, Leland, NC 

28451-9604; 253-6382 

Woodburn First Ms. Patricia McKeithain, 9530 Oakmont Ct., Leland, NC 

28451-0369; 371-6860 

Zion Mrs. Evelyn W. McCumbee, 5870 McCumbee Trl., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3304; 287-3464 

Librarians 

Antioch Mrs. Virginia Gilbert, 696 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8756; 

253-6347 
Beach Road Mr. John Rores, 1301 W. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-3583 
Beulah Mrs. Cindy Long, 828 Meadow Ln., SW, Calabash, NC 28467-2232; 

287-9815 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Velvyn Shirley, 1506 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, 

NC 28451-9531; 383-0176 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Katherine Lee, 285 Riverside Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2765;842-2120 
Calvary Mrs. Peggy Owens, 4618 Bluff Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-5228; 

754-4738 
Elah Mrs. Cindy Ulmer, 1816 Cedar Hill Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8136; 

371-3107 
Faith. ..Mrs. Margaret Clemmons, 117 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8567; 

253-6849 

Friendship Mrs. Geneva Ivey, 837 Ivey Glenn Ln., Ash, NC 28420; 287-6641 

Goshen. ...Mrs. Shirley Benton, 3879 Avondale Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8937; 

371-3576 

Gospel Center Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2775; 842-9373 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Betty Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469; 754-6533 

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Mount Olive Mrs. Sharon Harvell, P.O. Box 307, Bolivia, NC 28422-0307; 

253-6248 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jamie Lloyd, 92 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412; 278-6626 

Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Brenda Fulford, 2708 Milliken Ave., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-6824 

Shell Point Mrs. Florence Hewett, 1474 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-4771 

Southport Mrs. Linda Hilaman, 312 River Dr., Southport, NC 28461; 457-0791 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Juanita Lanier, P.O. Box 235, Winnabow, NC 

28479; 253-6889 

Youth Ministers 

Beach Road Mr. Timothy W. Myers, P.O. Box 11457, Southport, NC 

28461-1457; 457-0300 

Beach Road Mr. Jeff Saggus, P.O. Box 2663, Southport, NC 28461-9271; 

845-8001 

Beulah Carole Long, 1047 Harbor Dr., SW, Calabash, NC 28467-2302; 

579-3358 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Cathy Varnam, 5750 Thomas Trl., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8550; 253-5657 

Bolivia Mrs. Susan Lee, 781 Lumbee Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 28461-8965; 

845-2303 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Sheila Barnette, 7350 Pinecliff Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451 ; 253-4623 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Robbie Mustoe, 773 Eden Dr., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-8791 

Faith Mr. Brian Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8634; 

253-7682 

Goshen Mrs. Crystal Gore, 102 Forest Hills Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 371-5645 

Grace Mrs. Joyce Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583;287-6712 

Jennies Branch Mr. James Marshall. P.O. Box 1497, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

754-3012 

Longwood Mr. Dean Vannoy, 7339 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 28452; 

287-0200 

Longwood Mrs. Dean Vannoy, 7339 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 28452; 

287-0200 

Mill Creek Mrs. Bonnie Scott, 1286 Lords Branch Rd., Winnabow, NC 28475; 

253-6244 

Mount Olive Mrs. Angie Gore, P.O. Box 724, Supply, NC 28462; 754-6836 

Mount Olive Mrs. Sue C. Wescott, 14 Stone Chimney Road, SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-2737 
New Life. ...Mrs. Debra Duncan, 1116 Russtown Rd., NW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3557; 287-5220 

Oak Island First Ms. Hope Shadding, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

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Peace Memorial Mr. Eric Evans, 5830 Ocean Hwy., E, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-6785 
Sabbath Home Mr. Curtis Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-5405 
Shell Point Mrs. Cindy Millikan, P.O. Box 461, Shallotte, NC 28459-0461; 

754-6503 

Southport Rev. Rudra Ramphal, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Art Piel, 510 Mulligan Way, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-3234 
Town Creek Missionary ....Mrs. Carolyn Young, 2230 Towncreek Rd., Leland, NC 

28479; 253-5017 
Zion Mrs. Sabrina Babson, 4679 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420; 

287-6679 

Recreation Ministers 

Beulah Carole Long, 1047 Harbor Dr., SW, Calabash, NC 28467; 579-3358 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Johnny Craig, Jr., 4738 Ibis Cir., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

842-8505 

Calvary Joe Faircloth, 4716 Ibis Cir., Shallotte, NC 28470-5468; 754-5033 

Faith Mr. Ken White, 1257 George II Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6380 

Goshen Mr. Tillman Ivey, P.O. Box 527, Leland, NC 28451-0527; 371-3219 

Jennies Branch Mr. David Pridgen, Jr., P.O. Box 447, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

754-6096 
Lebanon Ms. Silvia Ashley, 569 Caison Loop Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-7269 
Mill Creek Mrs. Sherry Willetts, 1005 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-6237 

Mount Olive Mr. Tolman C. Lennon, Jr., 1085 Southport Supply Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-7671 ; 754-4055 
New Life Mrs. Diane Little, 4624 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3673 
Sabbath Home Mr. Curtis Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-5405 
Shell Point ....Mrs. Mary Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 

Ministers of Education 

Beulah Mr. Randy Hardee, 8171 Desert Storm Dr., Sunset Beach, NC 28468; 

287-6408 
Goshen Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9070; 655-2658 
Mill Creek Mrs. Ruth Gore, 1158 Lords Branch Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5610;253-6240 



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Ministers of Preschool 

Beulah Mrs. Sylvia Bellamy, 490 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2153; 287-4475 

Bolivia Mrs. Deddy King, 191 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-7483 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Rhonda Stratton, 1677 Elon Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 846-1677 

Goshen Mrs. Betsy Summerville, 2401 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8947; 655-3403 

Mill Creek Ms. Lorida Moser, 1280 Jefferson Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 28461; 

845-2400 

New Life Mrs. Corina Rivenbark, 410 Harris Swamp Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 253-4971 
Town Creek Missionary ....Mrs. Lib Sellers, 1301 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8541 ; 253-5889 
Zion Mrs. Pam Smith, 5959 Ludlum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420; 287-6341 

Ministers of Children 

Beach Road Mr. Gene Maxwell, 201 Live Oak Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-4827 
Bethel Mrs. Donna Byrd, 1628 N. Howe St., Southport, NC 28461-8904; 

457-6126 
Beulah Ms. Carolyn Richmond, 819 Carolina St., SW, Calabash, NC 28467; 

579-5032 
Boiling Spring Lakes First. ..Mrs. Tabitha H. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5389; 253-1450 

Bolivia Mrs. Sandy Rogers, 89 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4074 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Bruce Sullivan, P.O. Box 290, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-7188 
Faith Mrs. Joanne Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-7682 

Goshen Mrs. Sharon Townsend, 9087 Green Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9007;371-9658 

Grace Miss Julie White, P.O. Box 34, Shallotte, NC 28459-0034; 754-4752 

Longwood ....Mrs. Sharron Long, 7389 Pireway Rd., NW, Longwood, NC 28452; 

287-6360 
Mill Creek Mrs. Glenda Keppert, 1005 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 29422; 

253-6237 
Mount Olive Mrs. Nancy Willetts, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 28422 

253-5546 
New Life ....Miss Thelma Little, 4638 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218 

287-3227 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jill Helm, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Long Beach, NC 

28465;278-9511 
Old Shallotte. ..Mrs. Joey Shreve, 2 Longwood Rd., Ocean Isle, NC 28469-3552; 

579-2646 
Sabbath Home Mr. Curtis Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-5405 

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Shell Point Mrs. Sandra Robinson, 2468 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5512; 842-6745 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Jeanne Short, 1235 Cherry Tree Rd., Winnabow, 

NC 28479; 253-5017 
Zion ...Mrs. Lisa Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 754-6264 

Prayer Minister Coordinators 

Beach Road Mrs. Nancy Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd., Southport, NC 

28461 ; 253-6086 

Beach Road Mrs. Pat Pinkerton, P.O. Box 10998, Southport, NC 28461; 

278-5458 

Beulah Mr. Redell McLamb, 750 Hickman Rd., NW, Calabash, NC 28467; 

287-3203 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Reta Major, 1863 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8521; 845-2623 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Larry Vestal, 2528 Jolly Roger Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2557; 846-6180 

Calvary Mrs. Anne Cathey, 1541 Gate 3, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5506; 579-0888 

Faith Mr. Dary Lewis, 19 Benson Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 253-4879 

Goshen. ..Mrs. Louise Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451; 371-0994 

Grace Rev. Brent Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gertrude Williams, 1606 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8026; 253-6466 

New Life Mrs. Diane Little, 4624 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3673 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Irene Parker, 1011 Park Rd., SW, Sunset Beach, NC 

28468-4291; 579-3810 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Omeage Sullivan, 847 Greenhill Rd., Leland, NC 28451 ; 

253-5255 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Ericka Faircloth, 2974 Old Ferry Connection, SW, Supply, 

NC 28462; 842-6593 
Shallotte First ...Mrs. Jan Floyd, 2123 Stanley Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5188; 

842-7771 

Shoreline Mr. Wade Johnson, 308 Norton St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-7774 

Southport Mrs. Belinda Leonard, 99 Fayetteville Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461; 457-6816 

Stewardship Chairmen 

Beach Road. ..Mr. Gary Lyles, 116 NE 26th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-5707 

Beulah Mr. Henry Bennett, 6205 Old Shallotte Rd., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469; 579-7146 
Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Gene Conner, 514 Fifty Lakes Dr., Southport, 

NC 28461; 845-2406 
Boones Neck Mr. W. Earl Bellamy, Jr., 3475 Boone's Neck Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462; 842-6455 

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Brunswick Islands Mr. Johnny Craig, Jr., 4738 Ibis Cir., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

842-8505 

Calvary Mr. Lee Bollinger, P.O. Box 1446, Shallotte, NC 28459; 754-9296 

Friendship Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash-Little River Rd., Ash, NC 

28420-1810; 287-3478 

Goshen Mr. Ira Butler, Jr., 3990 Mt. Misery Rd., Leland, NC 28451 ; 371-3997 

Gospel Center Mr. Eddie Galloway, 2886 Harris St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2734; 842-2457 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Judi Pridgen, P.O. Box 447, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

754-6096 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Gary McDonald, 917 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-6693 
New Life Mrs. Juanita Pruitt, 5970 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2702; 287-3804 
Oak Island First Mr. Frances Vining, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212;278-9511 

Shoreline Mr. John Henry, 211 NE 50th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 201-1098 

Soldier Bay Mr. Don Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Mr. Porter Gray, 217 McGlamery St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8230; 

278-3632 

Secretaries 

Beach Road Mrs. Barbara Knotts, P.O. Box 11457, Southport, NC 

28461-0344;457-0300 
Bethel. ...Mrs. Betty Sheffield, 206 NE 70th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-4453 
Beulah Mrs. Barbara Meares, 870 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2222; 287-3272 
Beulah. ..Mrs. Irene Simmons, 10020 Beach Dr., Calabash, NC 28467; 579-2961 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Debby W. Simmons, 1652 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5384; 253-4056 
Bolivia Mrs. Tammy Albright, 517 Halfway Ct., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5604;253-4212 

Bonaparte Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 
Boones Neck Mrs. Kathy H. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Sarah S. Cook, 1567 Oakridge Dr., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6111; 575-3306 
Calvary Mrs. Emma L. Hewett, 6736 Ocean Hwy., W, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3504; 579-5258 
Calvary Mrs. Jeannean Rogers, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5190:842-5170 

Community Chapel Ms. Shirley Hammonds, 7180 Lehrscall Tit, NE, Leland, 

NC 28451 ; 655-3686 
Elah Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8368:371-2834 
Faith Mrs. Wenda Holden, 370 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3288:754-6210 
Friendship Mrs. Julie Faulk, Ash-Little River Rd., Longwood, NC 28452 

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Friendship Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3315 

Goshen Mrs. Shelia Buchanan, 715 Dew Oil Plant Rd., Delco, NC 

28436-9151; 655-4275 

Grace Mrs. Nellie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 

754-5112 
Jennies Branch ....Mrs. Marilyn Richberg, 1263 Goose Creek Rd., SW, Shallotte, 

NC 28470-5218; 754-4898 
Longwood...Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 287-3872 

Mill Creek Mrs. Bonnie Scott, 1286 Lords Branch Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5608; 253-6244 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Delana H. Raines, 469 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-5981 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Sibyl H. Saunders, P.O. Box 2811, Shallotte, NC 

28459-2811; 842-4923 
New Ebenezer Missionary. ...Ms. Shirley Bernard, 1983 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8019; 253-6378 

New Life Mrs. Elise Bennett, 3831 Exum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3953 

New Life Mrs. Mary Lois Vereen, 2889 Exum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2723; 

287-3232 

Oak Grove Mrs. Sharon Hewett, 4921 Mill Branch Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3365; 754-6723 

Oak Grove Mrs. Elizabeth Young, 1350 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3146 

Oak Island First Mrs. Alvania Taylor, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

Old Shallotte Mr. Thomas Batson, P.O. Box 82, Shallotte, NC 28459-0082; 

754-6536 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Jenny Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

845-5405 
Shallotte First. ..Mrs. Beth Holt, 1897 Camelot Dr., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 

579-0712 

Shell Point Mrs. Mary Etta Hewett, 2092 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3172; 754-6079 
Shell Point. ...Mrs. Mary Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Judy Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Ms. Barbara Faulk, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Southport Mrs. Belinda Leonard, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Shirley McGinnis, 687 Canterbury St., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422; 842-5615 

Supply Mrs. Marilyn Sellers, 1736 Clemmons Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7624; 253-6920 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Vicky Price, 582 McKay Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8934; 253-4524 

Zion Mrs. Mae Milligan, 2805 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3207; 

287-6435 



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Representatives on Associational Board 

Antioch Mr. Hubert Brittain, 1500 Midway Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5320 

Mr. Glenn Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4964 
Mrs. Linda Ross, 3619 Lewis Loop Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5888 

Beach Road Mr. John McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5440; 278-9305 
Mrs. Wilma McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5440; 

278-9305 

Beulah Mr. Eddie Bennett, 500 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2154 
Mr. Randy Hardee, 8171 Ocean Hwy., W, Sunset Beach, NC 28468-6128; 

287-6408 
Rev. Jerry Price, P.O. Box 4716, Calabash, NC 28467-9820; 579-6322 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Alan Shirley, 1506 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, NC 

28451;383-0176 
Mr. Purnell Swett, 158 N. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 28461-9564; 845-0637 

Bolivia Mr. Mozelle Craft, 57 Corbett Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422-8647; 253-6680 

Mrs. Mary Craft, 57 Corbett Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6680 

Bonaparte Mrs. Lee Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5472; 

842-5489 

Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5472; 842-5489 

Mr. John Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Brunswick Islands. ...Mrs. Nina Kizer, 264A Brunswick Ave., W., Holden Beach, NC 

28462-2019; 842-3784 

Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5416; 842-8969 

Mr. Larry Vestal, 2528 Jolly Roger Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 846-6180 

Calvary. ...Mr. Wilbur Holden, 135 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4439; 754-6734 

Mr. Jack Soles, P.O. Box 261, Shallotte, NC 28459-0261 ; 754-4460 

Community Chapel Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dales Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7945; 371-2380 

Elah Mr. E.A. Britt, P.O. Box 949, Leland, NC 28451; 371-3023 

Mr. Houston Williams, 1296 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8036; 

371-3386 

Faith Mr. Clark Casonava, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 
Mrs. Ruby Casonava, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 

Mr. H.D. Willetts, 215 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6561 

Mrs. Polly Willetts, 215 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6561 

Farmers Chapel Rev. Glenn Jackson, 454 Delco Prosper Rd., Delco, NC 

28436; 655-9082 
Mr. Murray R. Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

655-0364 ext. 3 
Mrs. Barbara Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 655-3643 

Friendship Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash-Little River Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 

287-3478 

Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3315 

Rev. Jesse Stephens, 4006 Thomas Rd., Little River, SC 29566; 

(843) 399-3050 

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Goshen Mr. Paul Arita, 2861 LaSalle Ln., NE, Leland, NC 28451-4041 ; 

371-3081 
Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-9070; 

655-2658 

Gospel Center Mr. D. Richard Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, Shallotte, NC 

28459-3369;754-7416 
Mr. Jack Hegadore, 1501 New Bern St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2371; 

842-9000 

Grace. ...Mr. Archie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 754-5112 

Mr. James Stocks, 7230 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3584; 287-6592 

Jennies Branch Mr. Charles R. Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6343; 754-6501 
Mrs. Ellen Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-6343; 754-6501 

Lebanon Ms. Silvia Ashley, 569 Caison Loop Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-7269 

Mrs. Betty J. Land, 1045 Hickman Rd., Calabash, NC 28467; 287-7131 

Mrs. Dorenda Thrift, 3283 Goosbury Ln., Winnabow, NC 28479 

Mill Creek Mr. Harry Batson, 836 Caison Loop Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5348; 253-5476 
Mr. Robert Willetts, III, 1005 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6237 

Mount Olive Mr. Larry W. Clemmons, 1730 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8726; 253-5556 
Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 
Mrs. Vesta C. Williams, 1150 Crossroads Trl., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7640; 

754-8438 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Lloyd G. Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-8398 
Mrs. Faye Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5190; 

842-8398 

New Life Mr. C.E. Gore, 3810 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4202; 

754-8691 
Mr. Marion Warren, 3605 Exum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2715; 287-3221 

Oak Grove Mr. J. Richard Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-4454; 

754-6492 
Mr. Jim Simmons, 1664 Devonne Way, SW, Supply, NC 28462-6330; 

842-8821 
Rev. Albert Young, 1350 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3146 

Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 119 NE 32nd St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-7825 

Old Shallotte Mr. Jim Childs, 5313 Lakewood Dr., SW, Shallotte, NC 

28470-5138; 579-3957 

Mr. Bobby Long, P.O. Box 1117, Shallotte, NC 28459-1117; 579-6000 

Rev. Larry Shreve, 2 Longwood Rd., Ocean Isle, NC 28469-3552; 579-2646 

Peace Memorial Mr. Chuck Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4944 
Mr. J.C. Evans, 5830 Ocean Hwy. E, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6785 



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Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 
Mrs. Edna Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3457; 

754-4602 

Shallotte First Mr. Bobby Davis, 898 Middledam Rd., SW, Shallotte, NC 

28470-5656; 754-4813 
Mrs. Connie Davis, 898 Middledam Rd., SW, Shallotte, NC 28470-5656; 

754-4813 
Shell Point. ...Mr. Jay R. Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 
Shoreline ....Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-9774 
Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, Dr., 28465; 278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Eugene Baines, P.O. Box 111, Ash, NC 28420; 287-6803 

Mr. Edward Smith, P.O. Box 111, Ash, NC 28420-0111; 287-6803 

Southport Mr. Rick Holbrook, 98 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412; 278-3134 
Mr. E.J. Prevatte, 313 E. Bay St., Southport, NC 28461-3911; 457-6892 

Supply Mr. James W. Clemmons, 1124 Southport Supply Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7672; 754-6978 
Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3486; 

754-6390 
Mr. Judd Ward, 2137 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422-8817; 253-5330 

Town Creek Missionary Ms. Heather Kincaide, 849 Gordon Lewis Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479 
Mr. Terry Lanier, P.O. Box 235, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6889 

Ordained Ministers 

Beach Road ....Rev. William Rice, 307 Stuart Ave., Apt. C, Southport, NC 28461; 

457-0577 

Beulah Rev. Jennis McLamb, P.O. Box 96, Little River, SC 29566-0096; 

(843) 249-2351 
Rev. Jerry Prince, P.O. Box 4716, Calabash, NC 28467-9820; 579-6322 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Dr. Howard Johnson, 1047 Presidents Rd., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-3405 
Rev. Avery Lumsden, 197 E. Boiling Springs Rd., Southport, NC 28461-7600; 

845-2313 

Rev. Purnell Swett, 158 N. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 28461-9564; 845-0637 

Rev. Floyd Wescott, 1404 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-7378; 

253-3039 
Brunswick Islands ....Rev. Merlin Boone, 418 35th St., Sunset Beach, NC 28468; 

579-3408 

Rev. Jack Hancox, 310 Womble St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8149; 278-3006 

Rev. Garrett Hayes, 2692 Francis St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2430; 842-8289 

Rev. Mark Owens, 3075 Old Ferry Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2287; 842-6375 

Rev. Charles Smith, P.O. Box 369, Supply, NC 28462-0369; 842-3809 

Rev. William L. Smith, 105 Swordfish Dr., Holden Beach, NC 28462; 

842-3170 



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Calvary Rev. Jason Ross, 4222 Todd Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-5314; 

754-6753 
Dr. Tom Womble, 1933 Stone Ballast Way, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-6537; 754-2526 

Friendship Rev. James Whitworth, 3894 Hickory View Dr., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-9696 

Goshen Rev. Linwood Peterson, 456 Crown Crest, Chesapeake, VA 23325; 

(757) 336-5086 

Gospel Center Rev. Weston Varnam, 3335 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-5937; 842-6518 

Longwood Rev. Barry Long, 116 Ole Holly Dr., Loris, SC 29569-6964; 

(803) 756-7944 

Mount Olive Rev. C. Odell Blanton, 48 Stone Chimney Rd., SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-7361 
New Ebenezer Missionary. ...Mr. Tyrone Currence, 1234 Any St., Wilmington, NC 

28412 
Mrs. Joyce Jones, 2050 Sunset Harbor Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7910; 

842-2622 
Mr. Michael White, Lord St., Southport, NC 28461 

Oak Grove Rev. Laury Evans, 2301 Shell Point Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470-5830; 754-6741 
Oak Island First ....Rev. Harold Bridges, 208 NE 71st St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-7981 
Rev. Anthony Florio, 3605 W. Beach Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-1279 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462; 842-6311 
Rev. Cary Faircloth, 2901 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

846-5059 
Rev. James Whitworth, 3894 Hickory View Dr., SE, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-9696 

Shell Point Rev. Steve Stout, 2687 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5519; 842-9140 

Southport Rev. William Deitz, 113 W. West St., Southport, NC 28461-3839; 

457-6318 

Dr. Paul Early, P.O. Box 1179, Oak Island, NC 28465-9820; 278-6888 

Dr. Walter Harrelson, P.O. Box 11308, Southport, NC 28461-1308; 457-6948 

Rev. Ivren Hughes, 168 3rd St., NW, Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-1879 

Dr. Leon Thomas, 2307 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465-6114; 

278-1064 

Supply Mr. Cliff Eubanks, P.O. Box 1626, Mountain Home, NC 28758-1626 

Mr. Emory Hewett, 1399 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3147; 

842-6762 
Mr. Marvin Musselwhite, 131 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3483; 

754-4207 

Town Creek Missionary Rev. Hilton Willetts, 349 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-7373; 253-5606 

Zion Rev. Jim Guffee, 1023 Summer Falls, Wilmington, NC 28412; 395-2646 

Rev. Charles Smith, 3404 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3808: 

287-6653 



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Messengers to Association 

Antioch Mrs. Vera Jones, P.O. Box 37, Bolivia, NC 28422-0037; 253-6393 

Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750; 253-4964 

Mrs. Linda Spencer, P.O. Box 267, Bolivia, NC 28422-0267; 253-5332 

Mr. Ted Stone, 4151 Stone Trl., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8047; 253-5291 

Beach Road. ..Mr. John McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5440; 

278-9305 
Mrs. Wilma McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5440; 

278-9305 

Beulah Mr. Eddie Bennett, 500 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2154 
Mr. Randy Hardee, 8171 Ocean Hwy., W, Sunset Beach, NC 28468-6128; 

287-6408 
Rev. Jerry Prince, P.O. Box 4716 Calabash, NC 28467-9820; 579-6322 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Al Bevill, 1672 Old Mill Creek Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5384; 253-6783 
Mrs. Yvonne Bevill, 1672 Old Mill Creek Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5384; 

253-6783 
Rev. Purnell Swett, 158 N. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 28461-9564; 845-0637 

Bolivia Mrs. Letha Rabon, 5651 Ocean Hwy. E, Winnabow, NC 28479-5433; 

253-5146 
Ms. Hazel Willetts, P.O. Box 159, Bolivia, NC 28422-0159; 253-5540 

Bonaparte Mrs. Lee Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct, Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 

Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 
Mr. Russell B. Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 
Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-5407; 

579-3295 
Mrs. Ellen Oellerich, 7127 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3430 

Mr. John Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Gene Creech, 2596 S. Bluebeard Tr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-6403 

Mr. Red Davis, 2312 Russ St., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-4291 

Mrs. Betty Davis, 2312 Russ St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-4173; 842-4291 

Rev. Mark Owens, 3075 Old Ferry Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2287; 

842-6375 

Rev. David M. Stratton, 1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462 

Mr. Jim White, 2067 Gum St., Supply, NC 28462; 846-6788 

Calvary Dr. John M. Peverett, 1748 Rosebay Ct., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5772; 575-2911 
Mrs. Cheryl Peverett, 1748 Rosebay Ct., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5772;575-2911 
Dr. Tom Womble, 1933 Stone Ballast Way, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-6537; 754-2526 
Mrs. Jo Womble, 1933 Stone Ballast Way, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-6537; 754-2526 



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Community Chapel. ...Mr. Joseph Clewis, P.O. Box 532, Leland, NC 28451-0532; 

655-0617 
Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dales Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451-7945; 

371-2380 

Elah Mr. Dean Bates, 7330 Hunters Ridge, Leland, NC 28451; 253-8371 

Mrs. Molly Bates, 7330 Hunters Ridge, Leland, NC 28451 ; 253-8371 
Mrs. Ethel Benton, 1234 Lanvale Rd., Leland, NC 28451 ; 371-3166 
Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 

371-2834 
Mr. Houston Williams, 1296 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8036; 

371-3386 

Faith Mrs. Irene Cannon, 1970 Southport Supply Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7636; 253-6862 

Mrs. Judy Crisco, 449 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9903 

Mrs. Joanne Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-7682 

Farmers Chapel Rev. Glenn Jackson, 454 Delco Prosper Rd., Delco, NC 

28436; 655-9082 
Mr. Murray R. Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 

655-0364 ext. 3 
Mrs. Barbara Mintz, 3512 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451; 655-3643 

Friendship Mrs. Ivey Gates, 2783 Long Gates Way, NW, Ash, NC 28420; 

287-6769 

Mrs. Barbara Long, 7940 Pireway Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2022; 287-6499 

Mrs. Christine Stanley, 7170 Hughes Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3012; 

287-6627 

Goshen Mr. Paul Arita, 2861 Lasalle Ln., NE, Leland, NC 28451-4041; 

371-3081 

Mrs. Louise Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451; 371-0994 

Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-9070; 

655-2658 

Gospel Center Mr. D. Richard Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, Shallotte, NC 

28459-3369; 754-7416 
Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2775; 

842-9373 
Mrs. Eva K. Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2751; 

842-7153 
Rev. Doug Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2751; 

842-7153 

Grace. ...Mr. Archie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 754-5112 

Mr. James Stocks, 7230 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-3584; 

287-6592 

Jennies Branch Ms. Virginia Bellamy, 109 Ocean Isle Beach Rd., 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-3617; 579-6469 
Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 

754-6533 
Mr. Bobby L. Gore, 1637 Pierce St., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-4721; 

579-6469 
Mrs. Ellen Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-6343; 754-6501 

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Mill Creek Ms. Vera G. Bowling, 1220 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-6475 
Mrs. Carol Jean Kivette, 650 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5404; 253-5050 

Mrs. Dottie Lewis, 5840 R.L. Lewis Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 845-2332 

Mrs. Elizabeth Willetts, P.O. Box 23, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5319 

Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5403; 

253-6523 

Mount Olive Mrs. Nancy Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 
Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Lloyd G. Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-8398 
Ms. Faye Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5190; 

842-8398 

Mr. John R. Ward, 2210 Forest Dr., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-8340 

Mrs. Dottie Ward, 2210 Forest Dr., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-8340 

New Life Mrs. Laura Johnson, 4551 Alligator Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2325; 

287-4688 
Miss Thelma Little, 4638 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3227 
Mrs. Betty Warren, 4698 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3710; 

287-3653 

Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 119 NE 32nd St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-7825 

Peace Memorial Mr. Chuck Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4944 

Mrs. Ruth Kye, P.O. Box 95, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6345 

Mrs. Katherine Neville, P.O. Box 344, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-5102 

Prospect Mr. Lynn Gause, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3457; 

754-4602 

Rev. Robert McClain, 1011 Pierce Rd., Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-2825 

Shallotte First. ..Mrs. Bettie Carter, P.O. Box 127, Shallotte, NC 28459; 754-6823 

Shell Point Mrs. Una Nord, 2530 Una Tit, Shallotte, NC 28470-1734; 

754-6780 
Mrs. Emily Riddle, P.O Box 1888, Shallotte, NC 28459-1888; 754-6686 
Mrs. Selene Robinson, 920 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3338; 

842-6351 
Mrs. Hester Shytle, 1281 Gray Bridge Rd., SW, Shallotte, NC 28470-5954; 

754-8845 
Shoreline ....Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-9774 
Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465; 278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Eugene Baines, 3232 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3114; 287-6629 

Mr. Edward Smith, P.O. Box 111, Ash, NC 28420-0111; 287-6803 

Supply. ..Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 2842-3486; 

754-6390 
Mr. Cletis Ketchum, 1660 Block House Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9592 

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Mrs. Thelma Kitchen, 1660 Block House Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9592 
Mrs. Margaret Sellers, 142 Ocean Hwy., W, Supply, NC 28462; 754-4496 

Town Creek Missionary Ms. Heather Kincaide, 849 Gordon Lewis Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479 

Mr. Terry Lanier, P.O. Box 235, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6889 

Mrs. Juanita Lanier, P.O. Box 235, Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-6889 

Mr. Rick Longnecker, 5440 Palmers Branch, Leland, NC 28451; 253-0140 

Mrs. Melissa Longneck, 5440 Palmers Branch, Leland, NC 28451; 253-0140 

Mr. Shane Maultsby, 5520 Maultsby Rd.. Leland, NC 28451 ; 253-4592 

Mrs. Michelle Maultsby, 5520 Maultsby Rd., Leland, NC 28451 ; 253-4592 

Mr. Johnny Smith, 10324 Westbank Ct., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9449 

Woodburn First Ms. Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 
Ms. June Stafford, 8935 Dale St., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8163; 371-6845 



Historical Events 

ANTIOCH: Had work done in storage section of fellowship hall (racks, shelves, 
etc.). Painted all Sunday school rooms in church. Hired music director. 

BEACH ROAD: Dedication of new sanctuary - September 3, 2000. Prayer ministry 
began Spring of 2001 . Installed state of the art playground - spring/summer, 
2001. Discipleship one-on-one training and ministry began summer 2001. Part- 
time youth minister, Timothy Myers, hired June, 2001 . Part-time music director, 
Michael Knotts, resigned July 2, 2001. 

BEULAH: Church held layled Revival weekend, 26 volunteers involved. (Eleven 
souls saved.) Pastor Mike Blevins held spiritual gifts class (ongoing 24 
Sundays). Received a bus as a donation and we now have a bus ministry start- 
ed with Virginia Smith as director. Our food closet has been very active in the 
community this past year, with several members collecting food and Pam 
Williams is the director. Carole Long and our youth group as well as many par- 
ticipating members were involved in Habitat for Humanity and shoeboxes were 
made up by many members to help with "Operation Christmas Child." We have 
ordained two (2) preachers who have been called to other churches. Rev. Steve 
Caudill, licensed and ordained was called to pastor a church in Georgia. Rev. 
Jesse Stephens was ordained and called to pastor at Friendship Baptist Church. 

BOILING SPRING LAKES: New Educational building dedicated. Ordination of dea- 
con. 

BOLIVIA: New Bible Study groups - "Experiencing God" and "Marriage Builders." 

BONAPARTE: Homecoming and mortgage burning, August, 2000. Sponsor week- 
ly radio ministry. Thanksgiving fellowship for members and the community. 
Revival (Rev. James Whitworth) October, 2000. VBS was held July 9-13, 2001 . 

BRUNSWICK ISLAND: Completed addition to building, including six (6) new class 
rooms, fellowship hall, kitchen, restrooms, storage rooms, and a room for our 
food pantry. Remodeled some rooms in the original building to meet current 
needs. Received as a gift a new 61 inch TV for the Fellowship Hall; also received 
a gift of a lifetime membership to the Satellite Christian Network. Paved addi- 
tional parking spaces and driveway. 

CALVARY: Founder's Day celebration - 50th Anniversary of Calvary. Beginning of 
new family life center - Dedication date - November 18, 2001 . 

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COMMUNITY CHAPEL: Sanctuary renovation. VBS attendance was 48. 

ELAH: Formed building committee for construction of new fellowship hall and addi- 
tional classrooms. Called two part-time employees - Director of Music and 
Director of Youth Ministry. Beginning a Hispanic ministry. Sent Spanish bibles to 
Honduras. Youth in Action worked with state disaster relief following Hurricane 
Floyd. Provided Thanksgiving dinner to approximately 120 families in 2000, 
through our feed my children program. VBS attendance was 129 with an aver- 
age attendance of 1 25. 

FAITH: As of February, 2001, we are supporting two (2) churches in India with 
Baptistries. We furnished each church. We are also supporting pastors for both 
churches. We support two (2) children in India and also contribute to the Tom and 
Kay Cox Evangelistic Association. We had a one (1) night Revival with Tom and 
Kay Cox with Woodburn Baptist, Mount Olive and Peace Memorial with us that 
night. We met our Lottie Moon offering in December, 2000. We had a Women's 
Breakfast in February, 2001. Thanksgiving offering - $650.00. We have a tape 
ministry. 

GOSHEN: Donald R. Watson Scholarship Fund provided stipends for four (4) stu- 
dents. Crystal Gore was hired as Youth Minister. We hosted Roy and Dirce 
Cooper, missionaries to Cuba. We sponsored teen missions work crews from 
Fayetteville. Installed insulation in ceilings of sanctuary building. Joel Baucum 
was our summer youth intern. Wayne Oakes, from NC Baptist Convention, led a 
program on conflict resolution. 

GOSPEL CENTER: New church sign erected, December of 2000. RA's have been 
active for one (1) year. GA's will be one (1) year in March, 2002. Two (2) of our 
young people and one (1) adult went to Murphy, NC, this past summer with the 
World Changers. Pastor Doug Worley led in Revival meetings in Alaska this past 
summer. We held our fourth Homecoming on September 16, 2001. 

MILL CREEK: Continued to repair steeple - plus inside the vestibule. 

MT OLIVE: Mr. David Pigott was ordained as a Deacon. Pastor Anthony 
Clemmons and lay members, Amanda Clemmons, Travis Hewett and Richard 
Jones made a mission trip to Haiti. Bible conference was held for Haitian pas- 
tors. Glasses were distributed during this conference. Construction work was 
done on future hospital and orphanage compound. 

MT. PISGAH: Spring and Fall revivals held and very effective for church members. 
VBS very good with great attendance and the youth did a wonderful job teach- 
ing. Had three (3) straight days in lieu of traditional (5) days. Very effective and 
received well. Youth did Murphy trip and was joined by Gospel Centers youth 
and had a great time doing mission work as well as preparing to go. Pastor, Rev. 
Arthur "Jackie" Spillers, resigned - August 8, 2001. 

NEW LIFE: Homecoming celebration - 112 years. Saturday Bible study. Vacation 
Bible School. 

OAK ISLAND: Ordained Dr. Anthony Florio on February 25, 2001, to the Gospel 
Ministry. Began a Friday night singing ministry at the Dosher Nursing Center in 
February, 2001 . 

PROSPECT: Continued prayer partnership with a church in Alaska. Had 37 
enrolled in Vacation Bible School. January Bible Study. Baptized three (3) con- 
verts, added four (4) by letter. 

SHALLOTTE FIRST: The first event for October 2000 was the Crop Walk with our 
Scout Troop being the first aid officers and security. A Mile of Pennies along with 

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World Day of Prayer and Community Thanksgiving highlighted November. The 
RA boys held a fund raising for Lottie Moon. In December the church and 
Frances Mankin raised thousands of dollars for the Andrew Gray Christmas 
Fund for Kids for shopping for the needy. Dinner for all the church was enjoyed 
by all attending. The church sponsored a float in the Christmas parade. The RAs 
and GAs visited over 50 shut-ins during the holidays. Paying off the mortgage 
early was the greatest highlight of the entire year with a vision of a new church. 
The first phase will be the all-purpose building and funds are coming in for that 
now. In February the Annual Sweetheart Banquet raised about $5,000 gross with 
all the net funds going to help the needs of the community. During March, the RA 
Boys held their Derby with a Silent Auction Hamburger-Hot Dog Cook Out. All 
proceeds went to the Building Fund. In April a Yard Sale/BBQ Dinner for the 
building fund along with the Annie Armstrong Easter offering were great suc- 
cesses. May with Memorial Day Services, Senior Citizens Day, honoring our 
Heroes and Seniors was a highlight. The Seniors sang in the choir and handled 
the entire program for the event. Honored the graduates from school and col- 
lege. The Praise Band and 4-Given held some special programs honoring our 
young people. Biney English Ministries performed a couple of times during the 
year bringing a message in song. They are special to us, because the English 
family has been coming to our church for about 25 years. Honoring Eagle Scouts 
is also a blessing shared with our church. Josh Stanley and Evan Carroll were 
inducted as Eagle Scouts, Troop No. 228, sponsored by Shallotte First Baptist 
Church. We have several leaders that help our Scoutmaster, Eddie Carroll. 
September 15, 2001, first Foundation Dinner and Celebration for our new facili- 
ty was greatly enjoyed by all attending. We held our SFB Golf Tournament for the 
building fund, and sponsored by the VISION committee or the Building Fund 
Committee. We now have a bi-monthly newsletter, "VISION," that our church 
secretary publishes in our newly constructed church office. We participate in the 
Shallotte Food Bank three times a year. We sponsor Communities in Schools 
program for the 5th grades at Shallotte Middle School. We held a John Osborn, 
Jr. Benefit with BBQ, Yard and Craft Bake Sale for his new home and other 
needs. Mr. Osborn is a cancer patient and a very attentive member, being a 
Prayer Warrior and an Usher too. He now has a new home. 

SHELL POINT: April 29, 2001 , dedication of new fellowship hall. 

SHORELINE: Started first building. 

SOLDIER BAY: Clothes/food closet building, built and opened doors in July, 2001. 
Successful youth revival was held in May, 2001 . Began monthly newsletter in 
April, 2001 . Excellent turn out for our homecoming in October, 2000. Cropwalk, 
October, 2000 - collected the most money for the third consecutive year and got 
to keep possession of the trophy. New church directories since 1993 were pub- 
lished. Completed glass enclosure for the elevator. Had 103 enrolled for 
Vacation Bible School, May 2001 . Church classrooms repainted, recarpeted and 
new tile floor in fellowship hall. 

SOUTHPORT: Ordained Rudra Ramphal to the ministry. 

WOODBURN: Remodeling of sanctuary with dedication on August 19, 2001 . 

ZION: Partnership with Ephesus Baptist Church. 



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In Memoriam 


(Members Who Died During The Year) 


ANTIOCH 


GOSHEN 


Mr. R.C. Arnold, Jr. 


Mrs. Lois Saunders, 


Mr. Hayward Coleman 


oldest active member 


Mrs. Lillian Johnson 




Mr. Hayes Lewis 


GOSPEL CENTER 


Mr. Bailey Lee McDowell 


Mr. Alfred "Budy" Brock, 

Jr. 
Mr. Billy Varnum 


BEACH ROAD 


Mrs. Blanche Jenkins 


Mrs. Rosa L. Varnum 


BEULAH 


JENNIES BRANCH 


Mrs. Annie Ruth Bennett 


Mrs. Chris Crane 


Mrs. Dorothy Bennett 


Mr. Shelton Gore 


Mr. Lennon R. Nance 


Mr. Steve Gore 


Mrs. Doris Richmond 


Mrs. Louise Gore 




Mrs. Bertha Hewett 


BOILING SPRING LAKES 


Mr. Connon Leonard J. 


FIRST 


Mr. Keith Milliken 


Ms. Rose Brinson, S.S. 


Mrs. Mary Williamson 


Director 




Mr. Michael Cummings, 


LONGWOOD 


Youth 


Mr. Russell Canady 




Mrs. Mettie Long 


BRUNSWICK ISLANDS 




Ms. Edith Barnes 


MILL CREEK 


Ms. Carleen Creech 


Mrs. Inez Phillips Smith 


Mr. Ray Jackson 


Mr. Styron Willetts 


Ms. Elcie McKnight 




Ms. Evelyn Moran 


MOUNT OLIVE 


Mr. R.D. Pope 


Ms. Colleen A. Gravely 


CALVARY 


MOUNT PISGAH 


Mr. Fred Einstein 


Mrs. Ethel Hewett 


Mrs. Helen Inman 


Mrs. Jackie C. Shelley 


Mrs. Helen Norfleet 




Mr. Maynard Owens 


NEW LIFE 




Mr. Calvin Gurganus 


ELAH 


Mrs. lola Little 


Mrs. Odessa M. Price 




FARMERS CHAPEL 




Mrs. Rhoda Thompson, 




Deaconess 





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OAK GROVE 

Mrs. Dorothy Clemmens 
Mrs. Janie Clemmens 
Mrs. Cora Hewett 
Mr. Edgar Holden 
Mrs. Lula Holden 
Mr. Frank Parks 

OAK ISLAND FIRST 
Mr. Kenneth Allen 
Mrs. Ann Bullington 
Mr. Alfonso Goforth 
Mrs. Ruth Jolly 
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith 

PROSPECT 
Mr. Charles Long, 
Deacon 

SABBATH HOME 
Ms. Christine Bullock 
Ms. Pearlene Caison 
Mr. Dalton Carter 
Mr. Richard Earley 
Mr. Rudy Hewett 

SHALLOTTE FIRST 
Mr. N.L. Bozeman 
Mr. Henry Carter 
Mr. Wilbur Hewett 
Mrs. Joyce Leonard 
Mr. Harvey Outlaw 
Mrs. Mary Wiley 

SOLDIER BAY 

Mr. Eugene V. Smith 
Mrs. Olive Stanley 



SOUTHPORT 
Mrs. Betty Gavin 
Mrs. Kim Jones 
Mrs. Celia Joye 
Mrs. Mary Oliver 
Mrs. Cathy Potter 
Mr. Bill Reaves 
Mrs. Marjorie Sherreli 
Mr. Alvin Swain 
Ms. Mary Allison Watkins 
Mr. Ted Wood 

SUNSET HARBOR FIRST 
Mr. Paul Alphin 
Mrs. Bertie Mae Vierra 

SUPPLY 

Mr. Bill Divine 
Ms. Dot Gossett 
Mr. Carlton Hedgecock 
Mr. Joe Hedgecock 
Mr. Hatridge Linkous 
Mr. Bobby McDowell 
Ms. Martha Nance 
Mr. Edwin Sellers 

TOWN CREEK 

MISSIONARY 

Mr. Jackson M. Caton, Sr. 
Mrs. Linda E. Phillips 
Mr. Glenn A. Young 

ZION 

Mr. Thomas E. Hewett 
Mr. Raymond Ludlum 
Mrs. Inez Parker 




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Proceedings 



for the 
One Hundred and Third Annual Meeting 

of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association 

One Day Session 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF BOILING SPRING LAKES 

Friday, October 26, 2001 

This year we were favored by piano selections by Mrs. Margie Candler before 
our meeting. Mrs. Candler, who is the pianist of the host church, also played the pre- 
lude for us. 

The meeting was called to order at the appointed time by our moderator, Mr. 
Virgil Batten. Mr. Rick Carter, minister of music at Calvary Baptist Church and also 
the minister of music for the Baptist Association, led all in attendance in singing the 
hymn "Holy, Holy, Holy." 

Rev. Troy Knight, pastor of First Baptist Church of Boiling Spring Lakes, led us 
in time of devotion. He also welcomed everyone, pastors, messengers and visitors 
to our meeting. 

Mr. Rick Carter presented the order of business, which was adopted as printed 
in the Proposed Order of Business. Mr. Virgil Batten recognized and welcomed all 
of the pastors and visitors that were in attendance. 

Mrs. Arlene Hallman, associational clerk, gave the Clerk's Book of Reports report. 

Mr. Rick Carter led everyone in the singing of the hymn "Worthy of Worship." 

The Mission Performance Group presented their reports, at this time there was 
only one - the Christian Life/Family Affairs Committee report given by Rev. Barbara 
Bell. The other reports were given later in the program. 

Mr. Virgil Batten introduced Dr. George Gates from the North Carolina Baptist 
Hospital. He was representing Paul Holland, director of Church Relations at Baptist 
Hospital. He is an employee of Baptist Hospital and he is also the director of the 
counseling center here in Brunswick County. He gave us a very informative report 
on the Baptist Hospital of North Carolina. 

Dr. Wayne Wike, Baptist State Convention Executive Director, Council on 
Christian Higher Education, gave us a report on some of the facts of the business 
of Christian Higher Education. 

Rex Gore gave us the report from the Constitutional Review Committee. He read 
their recommendation that Article IV, Section 2 be amended to make a few changes 
- this will be voted on in the evening session. 

Marion Warren reported to us that the Personnel Committee has completed a 
seventeen page guideline and they will see that all the committee chairs and any- 
one else that needs to see and review this and then they will present the guideline 
to us at our next meeting. 

Rick Carter led us in singing the hymn, "Jesus Is Lord of All," and then we sang 
the worship chorus - "Seek Ye First the Kingdom of God" and then we ended with 
"Why Do I Sing About Jesus?" 

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Mr. Rick Holbrook reported on the North Carolina Baptist Assembly. He told us 
how much is happening and what is planned for Caswell. 

Mrs. Brenda B. Gray, executive Vice President of Development and 
Communications of the North Carolina Baptist Children's Homes, gave us a very 
interesting report from the children as well as the progress that is being made at the 
Children's Homes. 

Dr. Gates reported on the progress of the Brunswick Counseling Service. They 
have experienced a 47% increase in hours this year. They now have four (4) clini- 
cians to handle everything efficiently. 

We all sang the hymns "I Love to Tell the Story" and "Let Others See Jesus in 
You," led by Mr. Rick Carter. 

There were a few announcements for the congregation at this time. Most of them 
were relating to churches Revival meetings. 

Ms. Ruth Galloway gave the Treasurer's Report and said "Thank You" to every- 
one for their giving. The report was approved as presented. 

Mrs. Helen Lewis gave the Finance Committee report and she made a motion 
that the report be approved as read. After some discussion it was decided that we 
vote on the budget as presented - motion carried. 

Avery Lumsden, Interim Director of Missions, gave his report. He thanked every- 
one for being so helpful to him in the past eighteen months. 

Credentials Committee Report was given by Janice Singletary. She reported the 
following statistics: 

Number of Churches 23 

Pastors 17 

Messengers 47 

Visitors 19 

Total 83 

Mr. Rick Carter led the congregation in singing the hymns "Higher Ground" and 
"Holy Ground." We had silent prayer after the first song. 

Rev. Mark Owens read the Memorials from the churches of our association for 
the past year. 

Mr. Virgil Batten introduced our speaker for the afternoon, Dr. Michael G. Cogdill, 
Dean of Campbell University Divinity School. 

Mr. David Phipps favored us with a song. 

Rev. Troy Knight gave us directions to the fellowship hall and then Rev. James 
Whitworth offered the blessing for the evening meal 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 



EVENING SESSION 

Mrs. Margie Candler favored us with a medley of songs before she played the 
prelude to begin the evening session. The meeting was called to order by our mod- 
erator, Mr. Virgil Batten. 

After the meeting was called to order The Calvary Singers from Calvary Baptist 
Church sang a number of songs for us, led by Mr. Rick Carter, music director. Then 
Mr. Carter led the congregation in singing the hymns "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" and 
"In His time." Rev. Troy Knight then offered the evening prayer. 

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Mr. Batten then called for the Audit Committee Report given by Mrs. Elizabeth 
Williams. Mrs. Ouida Hewett gave the following reports: History Committee; WMU 
Committee and the Resolutions Committee, motion made and seconded to adopt 
all these reports as presented. 

We had a few more announcements that were not given in the afternoon ses- 
sion. In the afternoon session Mr. Rex Gore, on behalf of the Constitutional Review 
Committee, reviewed with us the recommendation for changes in Article IV, Section 
2 of the Constitution. Since there were no questions or comments the moderator 
called for the question, the motion carried. 

Mrs. Janice Singletary gave the Credential Committee report as follows: 

Churches 22 

Pastors 18 

Messengers 53 

Visitors 20 

Total 91 

Mr. Marion Warren presented the Nominating Committee report in Rev. Charlie 
Smith's absence. After one correction to the list of officers the slate of officers as 
printed was approved by the congregation. Our moderator, said since we voted to 
accept the slate of officers for the coming year, that would be the same as the instal- 
lation act. Rev. Avery Lumsden gave a brief report on the Hispanic Ministry. Mr. Rick 
Carter led us in the last hymn of the evening "Like a River Glorious." Before the 
message Dr. David Phipps favored us with a song. 

Our Moderator introduced our speaker of the evening, Dr. Wayne Adkisson, pas- 
tor of Southport Baptist Church. He spoke on the first three verses of Genesis chap- 
ter 35. His message was very inspiring to us all. 

Our moderator, thanked everyone for their attendance at this year's meeting and 
to remind all of us that we will be meeting again next year for our annual meeting at 
Elah Baptist Church on October 25, 2002, at 2:00 P.M. 

Rev. Jack Miller closed the 1 03rd session of the Brunswick Baptist Association 
Annual Meeting by leading us all in the benediction. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 



Director of Missions Report 

I am filled with joy at the things God has been able to accomplish in our 
Association during the past twelve months. The limitations of space and time will 
not permit me to mention them all; therefore, I must be content to remind you of 
just a few of the things that give me greatest happiness. There is a spirit of com- 
mitment among the churches and among our people to the work for the Lord. I 
see this in the work of the WMU and Baptist Men. The same can be found in every 
area of our life together. I especially appreciate the work of the Young Council for 
challenging our young people and for challenging our churches to do youth min- 
istry. Progress toward completion of the Disaster Recovery Building at the 
Resource Center is very encouraging. Everywhere I look, I see evidence of vital- 
ity and strength and growth. 

I could also mention the capable leadership in place in the churches. Nor must 

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we overlook the spirit of purpose and love and harmony that marks our common 
life. There is a real and measurable sense of earnestness and responsibility evi- 
dent among the officers and leaders of the Association. You have doubtless 
observed, as have I, the physical additions that are occurring in many of the 
churches. It is appropriate that we rejoice at all this and that we give the glory to 
God. 

Perhaps you are aware also of the work with our Hispanic neighbors. There is 
a group meeting now in one of our churches and preliminary steps are underway 
to launch yet another group in another church. In the last year, a church from a 
nearby Association has asked to become a member of this family of churches, 
and has entered into a watch care relationship to meet the requirements of full 
membership. Almost without exception our churches have contributed to the sup- 
port of Associational Mission. Even now, the concept of connecting to other 
groups to begin work in critical areas in this county is being explored. There is this 
evidence, at least, of a vision to obey the mandate of Jesus to carry His gospel to 
all people. 

Eighteen months ago I began my tenure as Interim Director of Missions for this 
Association. In rummaging through the papers that had collected in my office, I 
stumbled upon one that captured my attention. Now, after all these months, it is 
still capable of sending waves of concern through my mind and heart. I do not 
know when it was written, or by whom. It is a handwritten document by some 
unknown author outlining that individual's perception of our greatest needs and 
our greatest challenges 

It addressed the issue of enabling and equipping the churches and church 
leaders. Given prominence was the need to reach people for Jesus Christ and the 
need for training in evangelism. Ministries for Senior Adults, Recreation, Resort 
Programs, and Summer Youth projects were all spotlighted. Add to these need for 
unity and fellowship, increased need for financial support of the Association, and 
improved tools for use in discipling those who come to know Jesus. Last men- 
tioned was the wish for higher visibility for activities of the Association and better 
communication between churches and the Association. 

Guess what? We are not finished yet! I think I know how Joshua felt when he 
said (Joshua 13:1), "There remaineth yet very much land to be possessed." He 
then enumerated vast areas of the land that had been given to the Jews by the 
Lord ... but land as yet unclaimed. Like them, we cannot be content with past 
attainments; rather, we must press ever forward to what God is calling us to do. 
To fail to do so is to pass sentence of unworthiness upon ourselves. 

We stand at a crossroads, I think. There is a challenge of awesome propor- 
tions facing this generation of Baptists. That is uniquely true for those of us who 
live in Brunswick County. The influx of growth in the past decade is but the tip of 
the iceberg. Maybe Yogi Berra of New York Yankees fame had it right when he 
said, "The future ain't what it used to be." One thing is certain: the future will be 
unlike anything ever experienced by any former generation in this county. I pray 
that we will be ready and faithful. 

There must be a mindset for reaching people for Jesus and for discipling them 
after conversion. To do that, we must make church planting, our number one 
priority, with church growth immediately following! We must start churches in 
areas of rapid development. We will need to work together with other groups, both 
from our Association and from outside. The focus cannot be on replicating in kind 

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our existing churches. Abandon the existing churches? Never! Rather, we must 
work to come to the place where we can together address the mission field that 
is in our midst. 

Can we do it? Actually, that isn't really the issue. Will we do it? If God's people 
will join hearts and hands, we can do anything expected of us. Paul told his 
friends in Rome (Romans 8:37), that the only real questions was the final margin 
of victory: "We are more than conquerors through Him that loved us." 

I thank you for allowing me to have a tiny share in what God is doing among 
us. Accept also my profound appreciation for all that you have done. I thank the 
officers of this group, the pastors, and the individual churches for their number- 
less acts of kindness and helpfulness. Be assured of my constant and continuing 
love for you. Thank you for helping to make a difference. 

Avery Lumsden (Interim) 

Director of Associational Missions 

Brunswick Baptist Association 



Clerk's Report to the Association 

October 26, 2001 

As of this date I have received 36 Congregation Profiles (formerly known as 
Annual Church Profile), from the churches in our association. I would like to thank 
all the church clerks for all their hard work, time, etc. in getting these to me. Also 
I want to thank the clerks, for their cooperation when I had to call and get other 
information. 

I have not received the Congregation Profiles from Bethel, Bolivia, Grace, 
Lebanon, New Ebenezer and Peace Memorial. If there is anyone here today from 
these churches - please see me before this meeting is over to tell me when you 
will be able to give me your Profiles. Just for general information - we have 42 
churches and 1 church under watch care making a total of 43 churches in our 
association. 

Some statistics from the 36 reporting churches are as follows: 



Total baptisms for one year 
No. of churches with no baptisms 
All other additions to church rolls 
Total Sunday School enrollment 
Discipleship Training enrollment 
Vacation Bible School 
Total to date of all reported 

membership is 
This figure is made up of - 

Sunday School enrollment 
Total Church membership 



256 
3 

298 
5,180 
1,870 
2,764 



(56 more than last year) 

(this is 16 less than last year) 
(this is 566 more than last year) 
(this is 275 more than last year) 
(this is 377 more than last year) 



1 4,456 (1 ,704 more than last year) 

5,180 
9,276 



I am grateful for the 36 Church Profiles that I have received before this annu- 
al meeting, but, I still need the remaining six (6) I need to have all letters in order 
to be able to give you a truly accurate report, and the Annual that is made from 



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these figures is also incomplete. This also means that those churches are not 
included in the report that I send to SBC Headquarters in Nashville and the State 
Office in Cary. So, if any of the pastors or officials from any of these churches are 
here today, please get this message back to your people and see if they are not 
able to send these reports to me. I would appreciate this very much, I really would 
like to be able to send all 42 Congregational Profiles to Nashville and Cary. 

Thank you, 

Arlene J. Hallman 

Clerk 

The first thing I would like to do - before I give my annual report - is read the 
list of the "Early Birds" (the ones that sent their Congregation Profiles to me quick- 
ly)- 

(1 ) Old Shallotte (11) Jennies Branch 

(2) New Life (12) Mill Creek 

(3) Soldier Bay (13) Boiling Spring Lakes 

(4) Bonaparte (14) Faith 

(5) Supply (15) Town Creek 

(6) Farmers Chapel (16) Longwood 

(7) Southport (17) Mt. Olive 
(8)Woodburn (18) Elah 

(9) Prospect (19) Beach Road 

(10) Gospel Center (20) Antioch 



Board of Directors Meeting 

JANUARY 15, 2001 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session, Monday, January 15, 2001, at Beulah Baptist Church with Moderator 
Virgil Batten presiding. 

Following the call to order by our Moderator, the members then sang the 
hymn, "Standing on the Promises." The welcome was given by our host pastor, 
Rev. Mike Blevins. Devotions were given by Mr. Jesse Stephens, member of 
Beulah Baptist Church. We were then favored with the song, "He Touched Me," 
by Connie Love and Susan Stephens also members of Beulah Baptist Church. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 23 churches represented, 12 
pastors, 1 interim Director of Missions, 3 general officers, 1 mission performance 
group member, 29 board members and 27 visitors - making a total of 73 in atten- 
dance. The minutes of the October 9th meeting were read and approved after 
making one correction. The Treasurer's Report was presented and approved. We 
were then favored with another song by Connie Love and Susan Stephens. Rev. 
Kenneth Benton, pastor of Jennie's Branch Baptist Church, gave the association- 
al prayer. All in attendance then sang a hymn led by Mr. Kennie Garner. 

The chairmen of the following committees gave reports - they are the 
Personnel Committee, Vision Committee and the Missions Performance Group. 

Unfinished business: The only unfinished we had was to vote on the admis- 

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sion of our two watchcare churches. Motion made and seconded to accept 
Shoreline Baptist and Trinity Baptist - motion carried. 

New Business: There was some discussion on the selling of associational 
property. When the property is actually sold the moderator and the clerk of the 
association will sign the deed for the association. Motion made and carried allow- 
ing a committee (consisting of 5 or 6 members), working with the interim director 
and the moderator, at such time as property is found, that they would have the 
authority to place a reasonable deposit on said property to at least be able to hold 
the property - till such time as we would be able to have a meeting with the 
Executive Board to make a decision. 

Rev. Vic Potter, the chairman of the Search Committee, informed us that the 
terminology is again changing across the state, we are now fazing out D.O.M. and 
coming back to Associational Missionaries. Also I'm not receiving resumes any- 
more, I am receiving biographical summaries. He also told us that there is very lit- 
tle that they (the committee) can share with us because of the confidentiality of it, 
but he let it be made known that they will need some funds if they would call 
someone that lives some distance from us. This would be used for lodging, meals, 
travel expenses, etc. Motion made and seconded to give them adequate funds for 
this as needed. 

Our Interim Associational Missionary, Rev. Avery Lumsden, welcomed every- 
body and he also commented on the very splendid attendance. Having made this 
comment he then proceeded to give his report. One of these items was that our 
Hispanic work has come to a standstill - with no one to lead them at this time. He 
also told us how the work is coming along on the disaster building. 

Our Moderator asked if there were any announcements. 

The benediction and blessing on the food was given by Rev. Bill Hutchinson, 
Pastor of Shoreline Baptist Church. 

Rev. Mike Blevins gave directions as to where to find the food. Virgil then 
adjourned the meeting. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 
APRIL 9, 2001 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session, Monday, April 9, 2001, at Goshen Baptist Church. Our Interim 
Associational Missionary, Rev. Avery Lumsden, on behalf of the Nominating 
Committee, gave this report - (1) Our Vice Moderator, Rev. Vic Porter, due to 
health problems, gave us his resignation effective immediately; (2) It was then 
voted to have Pastor John Peverett, Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, to serve as 
temporary acting Vice Moderator; and (3) Since our Moderator was in California, 
it was voted to have Pastor John Peverett, our new temporary acting Vice 
Moderator, be in charge of this meeting. 

Following the call to order by Pastor Peverett, the members sang "Alas and 
Did My Savior Bleed" and also, "At the Cross," led by Kennie Garner with Mrs. 
Mary Flynn pianist. The welcome was given by our host pastor, Rev. Barbara Bell. 
Devotions were also given by Rev. Bell. We were then favored with the song "Can 

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You Count the Stars?" by a women's quartet from Goshen Baptist Church, led by 
Barbara Bell and accompanied by Mary Flynn. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 17 churches, 12 pastors, 23 rep- 
resentatives, 3 general officers, 1 interim Associational Missionary and 5 visitors 
- this makes a total in attendance of 44. The minutes from the January 1 5, 2001 , 
meeting were read and approved. The Treasurer's Report was given to everyone 
in attendance and approved as written. We were then favored with a song from 
Pastor Bell's mother and sister entitled "Bring It to Jesus," they were also accom- 
panied by Mary Flynn. The associational prayer was then given by Rev. Troy 
Knight, pastor of Boiling Spring Lakes First Baptist Church. Following the prayer 
Kennie Garner led all in attendance in the hymn, "He Lives." 

The chairman of the Christian Life/Public Affairs Committee gave her report. 
The other committee chairmen were either absent or had nothing to report. 

Old Business: After much discussion it was decided to make a motion and 
second it to dissolve the committee on the investigation of the action in consider- 
ation of this matter of the issue of homosexuality responses in the churches. The 
motion was defeated. 

New Business: There was some discussion on the matter of changing the 
annual meeting day from Friday to Sunday. Our Parliamentarian, Mr. Rex Gore, 
pointed out to us that this could be done, but only at the annual meeting in 
October. So this was not pursued at this time. 

Our Associational Missionary, Avery Lumsden, welcomed everyone to this 
meeting. He then gave his report on the happenings going on in the association. 
One of the items he mentioned was that he wanted to ask for a vote on having 
the Zion Baptist Church put under our Watch Care Program. The vote was taken, 
seconded and passed to do so. 

Rev. Martin Stubbs, pastor of Farmers Chapel Baptist Church, gave the bene- 
diction and also the blessing for the refreshments. 

The meeting was adjourned by Rev. Peverett, and we all convened in the fel- 
lowship hall. 

John Peverett, Acting Vice Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

Note: I have been made aware of a correction to the above Old Business part 
of these minutes, it is as follows: A motion was made and seconded that Rev. 
Blevin's Resolution dealing with the Association's response to the issue of homo- 
sexuality be adopted. That motion was ruled out of order, by Parliamentarian Rex 
Gore, since in a previous Board of Directors meeting the issue had been assigned 
to the Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee for action. An acceptable way 
to introduce the Resolution was suggested: that the Board vote to rescind its 
assignment of the issue to the Committee. The issue would then be open to action 
by other parties. Then there was a motion made and seconded that the issue be 
removed from the Committee's jurisdiction. The motion was defeated; the issue 
remains in Committee for its distribution. 

Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 



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16. Goshen 


32. Sabbath Home 




2. Beach Road 




17. Gospel Center 


33. FBC Shallotte 




3. Bethel 




1 8. Grace 


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19. Jennie's Branch 


35. Shore Line 




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20. Lebanon 


36. Soldier Bay 




6. Bolivia 




21. Longwood 


37. South Port 




7. Bonaparte 




22. Mill Creek 


38. FBC Sunset Harbor 




8. Boone's Neck 




23. Mt. Olive 


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 
JULY 9, 2001 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session on Monday, July 9, 2001, at Peace Memorial Baptist Church. The meet- 
ing was called to order by our Moderator, Virgil Batten. 

Following the call to order all the members sang the hymn "Power in the 
Blood," led by Kennie Garner and pianist, Barbara Caudill. Our host pastor, Rev. 
David Woodley, welcomed all of us, after which the devotions were also given by 
Rev. Woodley. We were then favored with a song on Matthew 24 by Mr. Johnny 
Cavenaugh, member of Peace Memorial Baptist Church. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 19 churches, 11 pastors, 26 rep- 
resentatives, 4 general officers, 1 interim Director of Missions and 1 visitors mak- 
ing a total attendance of 52. The minutes from the April 9th meeting were read 
and approved. The Treasurer's Report was given to everyone in attendance and 
approved as written. We were then favored with a piano selection by Barbara 
Caudill, pianist of our host church. Pastor of Oak Island First Baptist Church, Rev. 
Charlie Carter, led us in a time of prayer. Kennie Garner then led us all in the 
hymn "There Is A Fountain." 

Avery Lumsden on behalf of a friend, Dr. Michael Moore, from Lumberton. Dr. 
Moore is the Director of Missions for the Robinson Baptist Association. 
Recognized Gwen Causey with a plaque from the Baptist State Convention 
Historical Committee in honor of all her hard work in preparing the church histo- 
ries of Brunswick Baptist Association. He also announced that on August 10, 
2001, between the hours of 2:00 and 4:00 P.M. there will be a reception at the 
resource center in honor of Patricia Lewis for the 10 years of service as the sec- 
retary to the Brunswick Baptist Association. Avery then introduced Juan Carlos 
Fernandez and Martha Alicia Hernandez from Mexico, students in the Mexican 
Theological Seminary in Mexico City. They are working in the Brunswick and 
Wilmington Associations this summer. 

Committee Reports: Margaret Clemmons, for the Missions Performance 
Group, made a recommendation and also moved that the Board of Directors 
authorize the use of $20,000 from undesignated funds for the drying in of the dis- 
aster recovery building. Since it came from the committee there was no second 
needed. The motion carried. For the Christian Life/Public Affairs Committee, Rev. 
Barbara Bell gave a report from the meeting on the issue of homosexuality. After 
a lengthy discussion it was decided that we vote on a recommendation from the 
committee, that a new committee be formed to provide some guidelines on this 
issue. The members voted to do so. The Moderator then appointed Anthony 
Clemmons, Rex Gore, Barbara Bell and Jackie Spillers to this committee - others 
will be appointed later, up to seven (7) members. Wayne Adkisson, Chairman of 
the Director of Mission Search Committee, read their report to us. After spending 
considerable time with one candidate and then having him withdraw his name 
from further consideration on July 3, they are now back in the process of inter- 
viewing candidates. They ask for your continued prayer support in this strategic 
task that they have before them. 

We had no Old Business or New Business. 

Our Associational Missionary, Avery Lumsden, welcomed everyone to the 
meeting. He then gave us his report for the last four months. 

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Rev. Albert Young, pastor of Oak Grove Baptist Church, gave the benediction 
and also the blessing for the refreshments. 

Mr. Virgil Batten adjourned the meeting and everyone convened in the fellow- 
ship hall. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 
OCTOBER 15, 2001 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session, Monday, October 15, 2001, at Shell Point Baptist Church. The meeting 
was called to order by our Moderator, Virgil Batten. 

All in attendance then sang "The Church's One Foundation," led by Rick 
Carter with Selene Robinson, Pianist. Jay Houston, layman from the host church, 
welcomed us to their church. He also then led us in the devotions. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 24 churches, 19 pastors, 39 rep- 
resentatives, 9 general officers, 1 interim Director of Missions and 6 visitors - mak- 
ing a total of 74 in attendance. The minutes for the July 9th meeting were read 
and approved. The financial report was presented by our Treasurer, Ms. Ruth 
Galloways, and was approved. We were then favored with a medley of songs by 
the Shell Point Baptist Church choir, accompanied by Selene Robinson. The 
associational prayer was given by Pastor Doug Worley, pastor of Gospel Center 
Baptist Church. Everyone then sang "I Love to Tell the Story" led by Rick Carter 
with Selene Robinson on the piano. 

Before the committee reports were given, Dr. Wayne Adkisson, Chairman of 
the Director of Missions Search Committee, serving along with Vera Bowling, 
Ronnie McCray, Mark Owens, Ardith Shaw, and Charlie Smith (he also made 
notice of Vic Potter, who began as chair and had to resign due to health reasons), 
gave their unanimous recommendation for the new Director of Missions. Their 
recommendation was - Rev. Sam Murphy from Kernersville, N.C. Rev. Murphy 
and his wife, Avery, were with us for this meeting. The start date for Mr. Murphy 
will be October 29, 2001 . The question was asked and by a show of hands Rev. 
Sam Murphy was voted to be our Director of Missions for the Brunswick Baptist 
Association. 

Anthony Clemmons gave the report from the Special Issues Committee. They 
presented the adoption of this accountability statement and guidelines to be used 
in our Association - motion carried. Other committee reports and the people giv- 
ing them were: Youth Council - Hope Shadding; Kenneth Benton - Evangelism 
Committee; Marion Warren - Personnel Committee and Rex Gore - Constitution 
Committee. 

There was no New or Old Business. 

Our Interim Associational Missionary, Avery Lumsden, gave us his report. 

Jack Land, Pastor of Lebanon Baptist Church, gave the benediction and also 
the blessing for the refreshments. 

We then adjourned to the church fellowship hall. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

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2002 Proposed Budget 

BRUNSWICK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



100 


MISSION ACTION 


2000/01 


2001/02 


1. 


Resort Ministry 


1,000 


3,000 


2. 


Hispanic Ministry 


13,000 


13,000 


3. 


New Missions 


1,500 


1,500 


4. 


Bible Conference 


3,000 


3,000 


5. 


Hunger Relief Fund 


4,500 


10.000 






$28,500 


$30,500 


200 


MISSIONS PERFORMANCE 






1. 


Pastor/Deacon Training 


500 


1,100 


2. 


Sunday School Training 


1,500 


1,500 


3. 


Discipleship Training 


500 


500 


4. 


WMU 


3,700 


3,700 


5. 


Brotherhood 


4,570 


6,070 


6. 


Music 


500 


500 


7. 


Evangelism 


500 


500 


8. 


Stewardship 


250 


1,250 


9. 


Recreation 


200 


100 


10. 


Christian Life/Family 


300 


300 


11. 


Youth 


550 


2,000 


12. 


Media Library 


750 


1,000 






$13,820 


$18,520 


300 


PERSONNEL 






1. 


Director of Missions 
1) Ministry Expense 








a. Travel 


$6,000 


$4,500 




b. Convention/Conferences 


500 


1,500 




c. Books/Publications 










d. Hospitality/Entertainment 


1,000 







2) Direct Income 








a. Base Salary 


19,009 


25,478 




b. Housing 


10,000 


20,000 




c. Utilities/Maintenance 


4,000 







d. Social Security Offset 


3,000 


4,134 




3) Benefits 








a. Retirement 


6,000 


4,961 




b. Insurance 








1 ) Life 










2) Medical 


3,600 


3,275 




3) Disability 












$53,109 


$63,848 


2. 


Church/Community Missions Director 








1) Salary- BBA 


6,500 







Salary - BSC 


4,000 









10,500 






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2) Travel 


3,000 







$13,500 


$0 


3. Secretary 






1) Salary 


$19,200 


$20,200 


2) Benefits 






a. Social Security 


1,469 


1,545 


b. Disability 


1,000 


1,000 


c. Insurance 






1 ) Life 


135 


135 


2) Disability 


146 


$146 


3) Medical 


2.500 


3.500 




$24,450 


$26,526 


4. Clerk 






1) Honorarium 


$175 


$175 


2) Expenses 


350 


350 




$525 


$525 


TOTAL PERSONNEL 


$91,584 


$90,899 


400 OPERATING EXPENSES 






1. Office 






1) Supplies 


$3,000 


$4,000 


2) Bulk Mailing 


800 


1,200 


3) Postage 


1,000 


1,400 


4) Telephone/Cellular 


2,500 


2,500 


5) Printing 


250 


250 


6) Mail Permit/Box Rent 


150 


150 


2. Equipment 






1) Repairs 


500 


500 


2) New Purchases 


1,500 


500 


3. Insurance 






1) Resource Center 


1,500 


2,050 


2) Workman's Comp. 


800 


600 


4. Building & Grounds 






1) Janitorial Contract 


5,500 


5,500 


2) Janitorial Supplies 


300 


300 


3) Utilities 


3,500 


3,500 


4) Landscaping 


600 


600 


5) Building Maintenance/Repairs 


2,500 


2,000 


5. Kitchen Refreshments 


200 


200 




$25,400 


$25,250 


500 COMPUTER 






1 . Website 


$0 


$1,800 


600 STATISTICAL/PROGRAMS 






1. Annual Meeting 






1) Programs 


$75 


$75 


2) Speakers 


400 


400 


3) Registration 


50 


50 



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100 

1,750 

$2,375 


100 

1.800 

$2,425 


$75 

75 

75 

$225 


$75 

75 

75 

$225 


$500 


$1,500 


$162,604 


$171,119 



2. Calendar of Activities (Printing) 

3. Annual Minutes (Printing) 



700 LEADERSHIP TRAINING 

1 . Key Leadership 

2. Train Missions Performance Group 

3. Pastors' Retreat 



800 MISCELLANEOUS 
1. Contingency Fund 

BUDGET GRAND TOTAL 

ANTICIPATED SOURCES OF FUNDING 

1 . Brunswick Baptist Association 

1) Contributions from Churches $132,600 

2) General Fund Balance 47.800 

$180,400 

2. Escrow Funds 

1) State Missions 6,458 

2) Hispanic Ministry 3,178 

3) Resort Ministry 2,628 

4) Revival Crusade 2,555 

5) Associational Crusade 3.000 

$17,819 

3. Anticipated Funds from BSC 

1) Resort Ministry 1,600 

2) Church/Community Miss. Dir 4,000 

3) Hunger Relief 10,000 

4) Migrant Ministry 

5) State Miss. Ret. to Assoc 

$15,600 

Yearly Financial Report 

October 2000 - September 2001 

Checking Account Balance, October 1 , 2000 $ 33,838.20 

Receipts from the Churches 132,567.42 

Baptist State Convention 

Missions Ministry Director 1,458.00 

Shoreline Baptist Church 6,404.90 

Oak Island First Hunger Fund 1,500.00 

Deep Impact (Handy Man Fund) 4,000.00 

Brunswick Counseling Services, Inc 5,226.00 

BB&T Interest 116.63 

Minute Fund 131.00 

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GAFund 692.00 

New Church Starts (Brunswick Islands) 800.00 

World Changers (Gospel Center, Mt. Pisgah, Supply) 7,100.00 

Youth Worship Jam (Sabbath, Faith, S'port, Brunswick Is.) 400.00 

American Bible Society 564.66 

From Savings Account for Disaster Recovery Building Fund 21,353.86 

Terry Lee Donation 2,800.00 

Checks Not Returned (Mundo Vista - WMU, Cynthia Tart - CIS) .. 208.97 

Charles & Ann Smith (Love Gift) 100.00 

Dr. Daniel Hall (Baptist Men's Medical/Dental Bus) 500.00 

Brunswick Baptist Association History's 150.00 

Church Mutual Workers Comp. Refund 16.00 

Brunswick Counseling Service (Postage Reimbursement) 142.92 

Patricia Lewis (Reimbursement for Chair and Phone Call) 122.78 

Disaster Recovery Building (Soldier Bay) 303.00 

Atlantic Telephone (Capital Credit Refund) 246.13 

Rev. & Mrs. Avery Lumsden (Walter Salano/Hispanic Ministry) .... 500.00 

Rev. & Mrs. Avery Lumsden (Youth Work) 300.00 

2KHiway, Inc. (Refund) 60.00 

Antioch Baptist Church (Prescriptions for Medical/Dental Bus) 200.00 

Contributions for Ann Price's Trip to SBC Conv. - New Orleans ... 330.00 

Deacon Training (Books Sold) 98.00 

Amount Received During the Year $188,392.36 

TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR $222,230.56 

EXPENDITURES 

Office Personnel 

Director of Missions 

Salary 14,209.00 

Housing 10,000.00 

Utilities 4,000.00 

Social Security 3,000.00 

Insurance 3,600.00 

Retirement 10,800.00 

Travel 5,432.80 

Hospitality 1,000.00 

Convention/Conference 311.28 

Missions Ministry Director 

Salary 875.00 

Travel 250.00 

Office Secretary 

Salary 13,225.20 

Internal Revenue 5,297.85 

N.C. Department of Revenue 900.12 

Retirement 2,299.96 

Insurance 3,214.04 



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Clerk 

Honorarium 175.00 

Expenses (Postage) 191.79 

OPERATING EXPENSES 
Office 

Supplies 3,607.24 

Bulk Mailing 1,000.00 

Postage 994.69 

Mail Permit & P.O. Box Rent 169.00 

Telephone & FAX 1,636.66 

Mobile Phone 761.09 

Insurance - Building 2,131.00 

Worker's Comp 594.00 

World Changers 100.00 

New Purchases (Computer, Printer, Backup Battery) 1,486.37 

Janitorial Contract 5,500.00 

Janitorial Supplies 167.99 

Utilities (Electricity & Water) 3,639.24 

Building & Grounds (Repairs & Maintenance) 1,269.89 

Fill-in for Secretary 746.25 

Printing of Annuals (Minutes) 1,753.64 

Calabash Property (Electricity/Sewer/Water/Mowing) 372.14 

Tools of Ministry (Web Site and Software) 670.00 

Brunswick Counseling Service, Inc. (S'port-50; Calvary-5,176) 5,226.00 

Shoreline Baptist Church 6,404.99 

Wilmington Baptist Association (Hispanic Outreach/Missionaries) ... 689.1 9 

Ray Cooper (Migrant Teaching/Supplies) 176.52 

Director of Missions Search Committee (Expenses) 1,473.06 

Jail Ministry (Bible) 576.45 

Disaster Recovery Building (Materials) 21,320.85 

Ann Price (WMU Meeting in New Orleans) 330.00 

Deep Impact (Materials) 3,108.20 

BB&T (Printed Checks, Deposit Books, Safety Deposit Box) 97.50 

Patricia Lewis (Reimbursement for Chair/Mat) 112.00 

Secretary (Christmas Gift) 300.00 

Interim Director of Missions (Christmas Gift) 150.00 

Tommy Small (House Moving for Baptist Men) 2,800.00 

City of Oak Island (Taxes) 108.80 

Brunswick County Tax Department 193.60 

Walter Salano (Expenses Working with Hispanic Missions) 500.00 

Oak Island First Baptist (Hunger Fund) 1,500.00 

Family Pharmacy (Prescriptions for Medical/Dental Bus Patients)... 6.56 

Disaster Recovery Trailer (Repair) 33.01 

James Felton - New Mission (Travel) 300.00 

Jack Robinson (Web Stie Training) 75.00 

Disaster Recovery Building (Soldier Bay) 303.00 

Programs 

Brotherhood 2,164.86 

Christian Life (Baptist Assembly) 150.00 

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Deacon Training 215.96 

Discipleship 95.15 

Evangelism 35.00 

GA Day Camp and Shirts 610.00 

Media/Library 750.00 

N.C. World Changers 7,050.00 

Sunday School - VBS 343.19 

WMU (Training, Prayer Retreat) 865.64 

Youth 920.53 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $164,644.97 

General Fund 47,007.56 

Mission Project/People Search 807.00 

Resort/Leisure Ministry 1,128.00 

Ministerial Fund 102.14 

Hispanic Ministry 177.59 

Honduras Mission Trip 106.89 

Mission Development 626.87 

Mission Work - Mildred Blankenship 100.00 

Supplies for Summer Worker 13.69 

Mrs. Hayden Cartner 50.00 

Girls in Action Fund 758.48 

Resort/Leisure Oak Island 1,500.00 

Pastors' Conference in October 100.00 

Disaster Relief and Hunger Fund 420.68 

S&S Plumbing Contractors (Repair "Floyd" 

Damaged Homes) 1,124.89 

New Start Work (Brunswick Islands) 1,800.00 

Beach Ministry (Calvary) 270.00 

Handy Man Fund 1,091.80 

Youth Worship Jam Program 400.00 

CHECKING ACCOUNT BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2001 $ 57.585.59 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, October 1, 2000 $18,223.68 

Interest 1.166.51 

SUBTOTAL $19,390.19 

To Disaster Recovery Building -3.898.78 

TOTAL $15,491.41 

Baptist State Convention (Crusade Ass't. NAMB) 3,000.00 

Baptist State Convention (Brunswick Assoc. Revival Crusade).... 2,500.00 

Baptist State Convention (Hispanic Assistance) 3,000.00 

N.C. Missions Offering 1996-2000 6,457.82 

Brotherhood Disaster Recovery Trailer Fund 1,407.00 

Repair of Disaster Recovery Trailer -33.01 

Total in Disaster Recovery Trailer Fund 1,373.99 

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Brotherhood - Disaster Trailer Building 

Beginning Balance 8.119.10 

Antioch 1,100.00 

Beach Road 530.48 

Faith 100.00 

Friendship 200.00 

Mt. Olive 2,000.00 

OldShallotte 793.70 

Shallotte First 315.79 

Shell Point 2,460.00 

Soldier Bay 303.00 

M/M Avery Lumsden 1.500.00 

9,302.97 

From Savings 3.898.78 

Sub Total 21,320.85 

Materials -21.320.85 

Total 0.00 

Sale of Donated Lot at Oak Island 41,154.80 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2001 $72,978.02 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 

Security Savings Bank - CD from Sale of Calabash Property 

(New Work) $134,550.00 

BB&T - CD from Sale of Donated Oak Island Lot (New Work) $ 34,014.20 



Coastal Baptist Study Center 
2000-2001 Yearly Financial Report 

Checking Account Balance October 1, 2000 $4,165.42 

Interest (September 2000-September 2001) 37.04 

CHECKING ACCOUNT BALANCE, September 30, 2001 $4,202.46 

Contributions from the Churches 2000-2001 

Antioch $3,500.00 

Beach Road 9,307.62 

Bethel 1,935.89 

Beulah 2,092.50 

Boiling Spring Lakes First 4,295.06 

Bolivia 566.49 

Bonaparte 0.00 

Boones Neck 159.01 

Brunswick Islands 9,098.63 

Calvary 12,075.00 

Community Chapel 511.35 

Elah 9,532.00 

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Faith 2,160.35 

Farmers Chapel 100.00 

Friendship 500.00 

Goshen 4,814.26 

Gospel Center 1,200.00 

Grace 400.00 

Jennies Branch 6,651.21 

Lebanon 1,034.51 

Longwood 600.00 

Mill Creek 974.49 

Mount Olive 1,000.00 

Mount Pisgah 3,600.00 

New Ebenezer 799.36 

New Life 500.00 

Oak Grove 600.00 

Oak Island First 2,550.00 

OldShallotte 1,200.00 

Peace Memorial 1,100.00 

Prospect 496.83 

Sabbath Home 4,962.73 

Shallotte First 4,678.00 

Shell Point 3,641.63 

Shoreline 529.68 

Soldier Bay 5,141.63 

Southport 10,669.06 

Sunset Harbor First 1,200.00 

Supply 4,200.00 

Town Creek 10,479.49 

Trinity 709.67 

Woodburn First 3,000.97 

TOTAL $132,567.42 



Pastoral Ministries 
Annual Planning 2001-02 

David Stratton, Director 

OBJECTIVE - To assist churches in continual development of ministries related to 
paid church staff and deacons. 

NEEDS 

• Regular opportunities for informal fellowship among associational pastors. 

• Regular opportunities for associational pastors to support one another. 

• Regular training opportunities for deacons of our association. 

• Increased awareness of how churches can be responsible employers to paid 
staff. 



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GOALS 

1 . Offer at least two strictly fellowship/recreation events for pastors. 

2. Provide support group for pastors. 

3. Offer at least one deacon training event or promote one area state convention 
deacon training event. 

4. Offer a conference on how churches can be responsible employers to paid 
staff or promote one area state convention conference on this subject. 

ACTION PLANS 

Goal 1 : Offer at least two strictly fellowship/recreation events for pastors 

1 . Offer to offset up to $200 of the cost of the Pastor's Conference 

Christmas Party. 

2. Hold a cookout for pastors and spouses on August 23, 2002. The 

budget for this event is $250. 
Goal 2: Provide support group for pastors. 

1 . Offset the cost of materials up to $1 00. 

2. Enlist facilitator for the group by October 1 , 2001 . 

3. Secure any available grant (possibly from Baptist Hospital) to cover 

cost of facilitator. 

4. Begin support group meetings by November 1 , 2001 . 

Goal 3: Offer at least one deacon training event or promote one area state con- 
vention deacon training event. 

1. Promote deacon course(s) offered at ETC in Caswell (Oct. 2001, and 

Oct. 2002) through the associational newsletter and letters to 
deacon chairs. The budget for this promotion will be $25. 

2. Offer and associational deacon training event on at . 

The budget for this event will be $500. 
Goal 4: Offer a conference on how churches can be responsible employers to 
paid staff or promote one area state convention conference on this subject. 

1 . Promote the course(s) on this subject offered at ETC in Caswell (Oct. 

2001, and Oct. 2002) through the associational newsletter and 

letters to deacon chairs. The budget for this promotion will be 

$25. 



Media Ministry 

(TAMMY - The Associational Media Ministry) 

Your Associational Librarian attended Key Leadership and ETC on October 
5th and 6th, 2001, at Ft. Caswell. 

Had Media Ministry meeting October 24, 2000, with Oak Island First Baptist. 
Had a great TAMMY meeting at Boiling Spring Lakes First Baptist Church with 
a promotional theme carried out on May 22, 2001. 

Many tables and walls filled with promotional items. Each church did a table- 
top promotion. Those churches that took part were: 
Boiling Spring Lakes First 
Faith 

Oak Island First 
Bonaparte 

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Calvary 

Southport 
We have many books and videos that could benefit your church. 
Call 253-6849 if you need any help: 

• Starting a new library. 

• Updating an old one. 

• Or need a course on "How to..." 



Margaret Clemmons 
Associational Librarian 



History Committee 



John Woodard, Archivist for Wake Forest University and Director of the North 
Carolina Baptist History Collection, retired June 30, 2001 . He held this position for 
37 years. 

The North Carolina Baptist History Collection concentrates on Baptist docu- 
ments and artifacts. It contains a large assortment of association minutes and 
records, records of 600 churches dating from the early 1700s and 10,000 bio- 
graphical folders on North Carolina pastors. All minute books of our association 
are in the collection. All churches have a folder and many of our pastors (both past 
and present) have a biographical file. 

Mr. Woodard said there is a proper place for our personal, as well as church 
papers. Get them out of basements and attics, away from light and dampness. 
Donate them to the Baptist History Collection where they will be protected and 
kept for future generations. 

The North Carolina Baptist History Collection is entering a new era under the 
leadership of Sharon E. Snow, the new Director of Special Collections and 
Archives at Wake Forest University. Mrs Stone said the Baptist History Collection 
is without equivation a rich storehouse of knowledge for the study of Baptist his- 
tory in North Carolina. We at Wake Forest University support this collection that 
benefits all Baptist of North Carolina. We have embraced the Baptist Collection as 
a vital resource within Special Collections. 

As of October 1, 2001, fifteen churches have returned their yearly historical 
report. Some of the activities include: 

Support for ministries in India 

Vacation Bible Schools, Backyard Bible Clubs 

Revivals, Christmas programs, Homecoming 

Radio ministry 

Mortgage burning 

Samaritans Purse missions, Mile of Pennies, Crop Walk, Tree of Hope 

Medical/Dental bus volunteers and supplies 

Supplies for Hope Harbor 

Fellowship hall renovations, Sunday School rooms repainted, new church 

signs 

New recreational facilities, paved parking lots, drain systems 

Addition of Youth and Music staff personnel 

Licensing of pastor, ordination of deacons 

New sound system 

Activities for members of community 

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Monthly newsletters and church directories 
Second worship service added 
Sanctuary additions 



Gwen Causey, Chairman 



Woman's Missionary Union Report 

As I give this report, I must say that it is one of the hardest things I've ever had 
to do. I just can't figure out the mindset of the churches of our Brunswick Baptist 
Association. Do we need each other or is each church an entity unto itself? It 
seems that we do not need anyone out of our individual church fellowship. I have 
attended most of our associational officers' meetings and only a fraction of the 
officers are there. 

In preparation for the 2000-2001 WMU year we attended the State Workshop 
in Greenville and have held regular leadership team meetings for praying and 
planning for our WMU work. 

In early October we held WMU workshops in two different locations, hoping to 
make attendance more convenient for all. However, the response was so small in 
each workshop that the leadership team has decided that for the new WMU year 
we will be available to work with the individual churches, or small groups of 
churches, as requested, rather than association-wide workshops. All we need is 
a call from the church. The church directors have been informed about this. They 
have also been mailed information about WMU events planned for the new 
church year. 

During WMU Focus Week we had an Appreciation Banquet for pastors and 
their spouses at Shallotte First. In April the leadership team provided refresh- 
ments for an International Youth meeting at Caswell Assembly. 

Our Annual WMU Meeting was held at Supply Baptist Church with Dr. and Mrs. 
Paul Early, former missionaries to the Caribbean, as speakers. 

In June, Mrs. Sally McCallum of Wilmington taught our theme book, Beyond 
Belief. 

During the year, Mrs. Carla Shipman, our very efficient Girls in Action and 
Children in Action leader, held a well-attended Day Camp and a Children/Parents 
Banquet. These were both lively events and enjoyed by all in attendance. 

My plea is that all of us will join together in prayer for the cause of Christ in the 
Brunswick Association in the new church year. The fields are indeed white unto 
harvest and it will take all of our missions groups working together to reap the har- 
vest. Let's pray that the Lord of the harvest will draw us together and send forth 
laborers into the harvest. 

Ann Price, WMU Director 



Resolutions 

The Resolutions Committee recommends that this 103rd Session of our asso- 
ciation enter into our records the following expressions: 

1 . That we, as messengers to the Annual Session of the Brunswick Baptist 
Association, give praise to our Lord for His special blessings upon us. We thank 
Him for His goodness to us all and ask Him to help us be faithful. 

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2. That we ask God to give us strength to help each other in our hour of need, to 
stand tall and united as a nation. 

3. That we pray for the leaders of our great country in their hour of decisions. We 
ask that Your infinite wisdom guide them gently to the right decisions. 

4. That we pray for God to give us the strength to get through each difficult and 
devastating day that faces each of us and our country. Protect and guide our 
military that are now being called to duty. 

5. That we express our thanks to Boiling Spring Lakes Church for their marvelous 
and loving hospitality to the messengers and visitors. 

6. That we commend the officers of the association for their faithfulness and devo- 
tion. They, along with our Interim Director of Missions, Rev. Avery Lumsden, 
lend stability to the work of the association. And to Mrs. Patricia Lewis, office 
secretary for the past ten years, we thank you. 

7. That we express to Dr. Michael Cogdill, Dean of Campbell University Divinity 
School, and Dr. Wayne Adkisson, Pastor of Southport Baptist Church, our grat- 
itude for the messages and challenges presented to us today. 

8. That we also acknowledge with gratitude the services of those who helped plan 
and prepare for the program that we have enjoyed today. May the joy of 
Christian fellowship we have experienced today carry us throughout the com- 
ing year. May we commit ourselves to prayer that God will continue to unite us 
in His service. 



Gwen Causey 
Ouida Hewett 



Stewardship Report 



On May 21, 2001, Brunswick Islands Baptist Church served as host for a 
Stewardship Workshop co-sponsored by the Brunswick Baptist Association and 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. Invitations were sent to all mem- 
ber churches, inviting the Pastor, Church Finance Committees, the Financial 
Secretary, and the Treasurer. 

Twenty-one churches were represented with 78 persons registered. The group 
enjoyed an excellent meal provided by the Stewardship Division of the Baptist 
State Convention. This event was led by Rev. Dan Euliss, Convention 
Stewardship Team Leader, and by Mr. Boyce Wilson, Comptroller for the 
Convention. 

The theme for the workshop was, "MANAGING YOUR CHURCH FINANCES 
MADE EASY." The goal was to train people to: 
Keep church financial records. 
Report church financial records 
Handle employee tax related matters. 
Prepare a church budget. 

Determine the ministries supported by the Church Budget. "The church 
budget is a reflection of how the church membership views the 
Kingdom of God." 
The speakers expressed the importance of being good stewards and faithful 
managers and that our role in handling church finances carries much responsibil- 
ity. Mr. Wilson shared several examples where churches across the state had not 
followed the good practices discussed during the workshop with the result being 

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that they had gotten into trouble with the IRS, and in some cases, with their 
church members. The many serious questions asked led to long and intense dis- 
cussion. Participants viewed the meeting as being extremely helpful. This event 
concluded with the prayer that God would bless those who sought to do His will 
and accomplish His work. 

It is to be hoped that this workshop will have long-lasting impact on the quali- 
ty of our stewardship and that we will seek to be "good stewards and faithful man- 
agers." 

Respectfully submitted, 
Purnell Swett, Stewardship Director 

2001 Recreation Annual Report 

God continues to bless our association richly in outreach opportunities and 
Christian fellowship through athletics. The Recreation Program of the Association 
continues with Men's Basketball, Coed Softball, and the annual Association Golf 
Tournament. Each sport is self-maintaining where fees are collected to fund 
expenses. 

Our largest program, coed softball, is annually our most popular program in 
terms of participation. This past year the league fielded 10 teams from Brunswick 
Islands, Boiling Springs Lake, Gospel Center, Jennies Branch, Mt. Olive, Mt. 
Pisgah, Oak Island, Town Creek and Southport. Southport Baptist had two teams 
in the tournament. The most important award, the Christmanship Award, was won 
by two teams this year, Mt. Pisgah Baptist and Oak Island Baptist were each 
awarded a trophy based upon a virtual tie in the votes cast by the teams and 
umpires. I wish to thank Renee Clemmons and Teresa Ellixson for serving as field 
coordinators at Lockwood Folly (Supply) and Smithville (Southport) parks during 
this past season and for doing an outstanding job. 

The annual golf tournament, held in November, continues to draw churches 
and players from Leland, Southport, Supply, Bolivia, Shallotte, Calabash, Ash and 
the beaches. A total of 112 men and women played in the End-of-the Millennium 
Y2K tournament won by Shell Point Baptist Church with a score of 60, 12 under 
par. A total of $775.00 was netted after expenses and was added to the 
Associational Recreation Fund for the purpose of constructing the septic system 
for the Disaster Relief Building adjacent to the association building. The Disaster 
Relief building will also be utilized for the restrooms and field house to serve the 
future softball/athletic fields. The golf tournament date this year is Saturday, 
November 3, 2001, and will be played again at the Brierwood Golf Course in 
Shallotte. 

Another very popular sport among our young adults and teens is coed volley- 
ball. It is normally played during the months of October, November and 
December. Unfortunately, we were not able to secure a place to play last year. At 
the writing of this report our season for this year appears to be in jeopardy due to 
the lack of available facilities. Please pray that God will provide these facilities for 
us. 

Men's basketball normally starts in January and continues into April. Last 
year, unfortunately, the competitive nature of basketball overshadowed the fel- 
lowship and witness aspect which is the purpose of our league. There were sev- 

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eral instances during the season where players lost control of emotions. At tour- 
nament time, there was dissension over the seeding of the tournament so the 
tournament was canceled. As of this writing, there is a possibility that men's bas- 
ketball will be suspended for one year to evaluate its effectiveness as a Christian 
ministry in this association. 

On behalf of the participating athletes in the association, I wish to thank the 
association for its continued support in publicizing our activities and in the provid- 
ing of information for churches concerning recreation opportunities. Please pray 
that God will lead us to the people who will help us complete the construction that 
has begun on our facilities. 

Please pray for me and for our athletes as we follow God's direction as He 
opens doors of opportunity to witness to each other and the lost through sports. 

Prayerfully, 
Jay Houston, Recreation Director 

Report from Christian Life and Public Affairs Group 
to Brunswick Baptist Association Annual Meeting 

October 27, 2001 

In response to direction from the Executive Board of the Brunswick Baptist 
Association, the Christian Life and Public Affairs Group addressed the issue of the 
Association's response to the issue of homosexuality, especially in regard to the 
ministry role of the church and the disciplinary role of the Association. In lieu of a 
resolution addressing the issue, the Group sponsored a Forum led by Mr. 
Stephen Sumerel of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. The aim of 
the Forum was to ascertain the preference of the churches with respect to this 
issue. 

As a result of the Forum, a recommendation was brought to the Executive 
Board that a set of Guidelines be developed to help churches deal with the issue. 
A subcommittee was formed for that purpose, and a set of Guidelines along with 
an Accountability Statement were presented to that body on October 15, 2001 , at 
which time they were approved. Copies are available to churches on request to 
the Associational Office. 



Baptist Retirement Homes 

What Is Baptist Retirement Homes? 

Founded in 1951, Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. (BRH) is 
one of North Carolina's most respected providers of long-term care. With four 
retirement communities throughout the state, BRH provides all levels of care for 
Older Adults, including special programs for conditions such as Alzheimer's 
Disease. The Homes' new continuing care retirement community called The 
Gardens of Taylor Glen is under development near Charlotte. BRH also owns and 
operates a home health program that provides certified nursing and therapy ser- 
vices to homebound individuals. Baptist Retirement Homes is a not-for-profit 
organization affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

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Are Residents of Baptist Retirement Homes Primarily Baptists? 

At the Brookridge Community, 60% of the resident population is Baptist. About 
80% of the resident population of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home is 
Baptist. The Taylor House and the Hamilton Baptist Home are primarily composed 
of Baptist residential populations. 

What is the Cost of Services? Are Financial Resources Available For Those Who 
Cannot Pay? 

Fees vary according to facilities and the level of care chosen or required by res- 
idents. A full schedule of fees for each facility is available upon request. There are 
no entrance fees associated with any of the health-related facilities owned and 
operated by Baptist Retirement Homes. The Hamilton Baptist Home and The 
Taylor House are among the few not-for-profit, church-related, long-term care 
facilities in North Carolina with no financial requirements for admission. 
Contributions received from the Baptist State Convention Cooperative Program, 
the North Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and from local Baptist churches 
across the state are used exclusively to help BRH provide care for those Older 
Adults in either assisted living or nursing care who are unable to pay the full cost 
of the services they need. 

Does the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Support Baptist Retirement 
Homes? 

Baptist Retirement Homes is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina but is a separate and distinct corporate entity. Messengers of the 
churches that compose the Baptist State Convention elect BRH Board members. 
In 1999, funds received from the Convention Cooperative Program, the North 
Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and local Baptist churches totaled approxi- 
mately $1 .6 million. All of those monies are being used to support Older Adults liv- 
ing in assisted living or nursing care who lack sufficient financial resources to pay 
for the care they receive. 

Where are BRH Facilities Located and What Services Do They Offer? 

The Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston-Salem is a 44-acre con- 
tinuing care retirement community, established 1989. Brookridge offers its 300 
residents independent and assisted living and nursing care services. 
Accommodations range from garden homes to apartments to assisted living and 
nursing care at the Prince Nursing Center. The Brookridge Transitional Care Unit 
opened in 1995, offering post-acute medical care on site. Home health care is 
also avaialble on site through In Home Care, Inc., a Baptist Retirement Homes 
affiliate. Brookridge is a full-service retirement community, offering meal service, 
nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, religious activities, 
dementia services, a water therapy/exercise center, and more. For more informa- 
tion, contact: 

Brookridge Retirement Community 

1199 Hayes Forest Drive • Winston-Salem, NC 27106' 336-759-1044 

(Fax) 336-759-7389 • Website: www.brh.org 

The Western North Carolina Baptist Home (WNCBH) is located on a 22- 
acre tract atop Richmond Hill in northwest Asheville. The Home offers residents 
assisted living and nursing care. Established in 1979, the Home was recently ren- 
ovated and expanded to accommodate 150 residents. WNCBH is a full service 

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retirement facility that includes a memory-enhanced residence. It offers meal ser- 
vice, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry, religious 
activities, and more. For more information, contact: 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home 

213 Richmond Hill Drive • Asheville, NC 28806 

828-254-9675 • (Fax) 828-254-0253 • Website: www.brh.org 

The Hamilton Baptist Home is a 30-bed assisted living facility located on 18 
acres in Hamilton, in eastern North Carolina. Recently renovated to enhance the 
comfort of the residents, the Home has been in operation since 1963. Services 
include all daily meals, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry services, 
medication assistance, religious activities and more. For more information, con- 
tact: 

Hamilton Baptist Home 

301 North Railroad Street • Hamilton, NC 27840 

252-798-5901 • Website: www.brh.org 

The Taylor House is home to 30 residents in Albemarle, in North Carolina's 
Piedmont region. Situated in a residential neighborhood, The Taylor House 
opened in 1954 and was renovated in 1997. It offers a full range of assisted living 
services, including three meals daily, housekeeping, private rooms, laundry ser- 
vice, medication monitoring, recreational and religious activities and more. For 
more information, contact: 

The Taylor House 

319 Palmer Street • Albemarle, NC 28001 • 704-982-4217 

(Fax) 704-982-5366 • Website: www.brh.org 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen is a continuing care retirement community under 
development in Concord. For more information, contact: 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen 

3700 Taylor Glen Lane • Concord, NC 28025 

704--J88-6510 • Website: www.brh.org 

In-Home Care is Medicare/Medicaid-certified home health care program 
designed to provide nursing and therapy services to North Carolina Older Adults. 
For more information, contact: 

In-Home Care 

22 Miller Street • Winston-Salem, NC 27104 

336-722-1470 

More Questions? Call the Baptist Elder Care Network 1-800-887-7410 

The Elder Care Network is a free service offered by Baptist Retirement Homes 
of North Carolina, Inc. to Older Adults and their families. One number connects 
you to a statewide system of caregivers, community resources, and retirement 
communities to help you deal with the many difficult issues of aging. 



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Biblical Recorder 2001 Associational Report 

Baptists cling stubbornly to the idea that people should think for themselves 
and make up their own minds about issues of importance. For this reason, 
Baptists affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) 
are fortunate to have a resource that provides regular, dependable and balanced 
news coverage of wide-ranging matters relating to Baptist life. 

The Biblical Recorder, the official new journal of the BSCNC, has served this 
purpose since its establishment in 1833 by Thomas Meredith, a prime mover in 
founding the Baptist State Convention in 1830. The Biblical Recorder was pri- 
vately owned and operated in support of Baptist Work in North Carolina until 
1938, when the paper was purchased by the Baptist State Convention and incor- 
porated as an agency of the convention. 

The Biblical Recorder is widely acknowledged to be in the top echelon of state 
Baptist papers, winning national honors for news and editorial writing in 2000. 

The Biblical Recorder's strategic role in promoting God's kingdom work 
through North Carolina Baptists grows from its mission statement: "to further 
Christ's kingdom by providing relevant news, insightful opinions and sup- 
portive resources to North Carolina Baptists in a timely and accessible 
fashion. " 

As a BSC agency, the Biblical Recorder belongs to all North Carolina Baptists, 
and appropriately reflects the geographical, ecclesiastical, and theological diver- 
sity that is typical of the churches making up the Baptist State Convention. The 
editors and staff of the Recorder work diligently to offer a fair and balanced pre- 
sentation of the news that most affects the life and ministry of North Carolina 
Baptists. Opinions advanced through editorials, letters and analytical essays help 
to spark informed thinking on important issues. Feature stories about notable or 
innovative activities of churches and associations, regular reports on partnership 
missions efforts, and weekly commentaries on the most popular Sunday School 
lessons offer ideas, encouragement, and inspiration to readers of the Recorder. 
In addition to its printed form, the Biblical Recorder maintains a popular pres- 
ence on the World Wide Web, significantly enhanced through major upgrades in 
early 2001. The Recorder's website at www.biblicalrecorder.org offers Internet 
users an opportunity to read much of each paper's content online, and allows for 
the posting of breaking news prior to the printing of the next issue. New features 
include an internal search engine, a church locator service, classified ads, Bible 
study resources and a news/weather portal. Thousands of interested readers 
around the world consult the online version regularly. 

As a BSCNC agency, the Biblical Recorder receives annual support from 
Cooperative Program gifts, making it possible to offer the Recorder at very afford- 
able subscription rates. Currently, the annual rates are: 

Church News Service (incorporates church newsletter into the Recorder) 

$7.50 

Every Home Plan (20%+ of church families, paid through the church 

budget) - $8.50 

Club Plan (4 or more persons in a church subscribe together) - $9.75 

Individual Subscription - $11.90 
Subscription packets and free sample issues are available. For more informa- 
tion, please contact: 

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Biblical Recorder, Inc. 

232 W. Millbrook Road 

Raleigh, NC 27609 

Phone: (919) 847-2127 

E-mail: biblical@biblicalrecorder.org 



Ray N. Howell, III, Chair, Board of Directors 
Tony W. Cartledge, Editor/President 



Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc. 

6339 Glenwood Avenue, Ste. 442 

Raleigh, NC 27612 

(919)787-0606 

Annual Report To The Associations 2001 

It is with humble gratitude that the Christian Action League of North Carolina 
serves the Lord Jesus Christ and the churches of this great state as a Beacon of 
light, guiding referendums and legislation through the murky waters of special- 
interest groups and educating God's people about the moral problems in our state 
and nation. Our goal is to encourage and organize the people of God so that our 
light will be seen brightly throughout our state; and when we speak, it will be in 
one accord and will resound loudly. 

A. Christian Values 

a. The Christian Action League again co-sponsored the Sixth Annual 
Heritage Week of North Carolina held in March. It was our pleasure to 
provide awards for excellence to those high school students who won 
the essay contest on America's Christian background. 

b. CAL has continued to promote and distribute copies of the Ten 
Commandments throughout North Carolina. To date, over 17,000 
copies have been mailed. CAL was instrumental in getting HB 195 
passed that would allow public schools to post the Ten 
Commandments. This bill passed 94-18 on 7/26/2001. 

c. Promoted awareness of worldwide persecution of Christians through 
email alerts and radio. 

d. Participated with the American Family Association in distributing copies 
of our national motto posters "In God We Trust" through our newsletter 
and providing a link from our website for the purchase of these posters. 

e. Joined with Family Life Ministries in promoting and distributing copies 
of the Marriage Covenant Certificates. 

f. Set up CAL exhibit at Baptist State Convention. 

B. Radio 

"Christians In Action", Station WAGO (88.7 FM) Snow Hill, has expanded to 
WAAE, 91 .9 FM in New Bern and WRNA (1 1 40 AM) and WRKB (AM 1 460) 
in Kannapolis. This broadcast consists of a five-minute commentary on 
issues that affect our lives today. Our projection is to ultimately reach the 
whole state. 

C. Gambling 

a. The Christian Action League has been instrumental in keeping a lottery 

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referendum bill in Committee. Through our newsletter, emails, radio 
and postal service, we have encouraged the Christian Citizens of North 
Carolina to keep letters and calls constantly coming into the N.C. 
General Assembly telling their legislators they do not want a lottery in 
North Carolina. 

b. The Executive Director and President of CAL joined Citizens United 
Against the Lottery in a grassroots effort to fight the lottery. The 
Executive Director spoke at a news conference held at the Press Room 
of the Legislative Building by this group. Members of CUAL are Chuck 
Neeley, former gubernatorial candidate, Frank Daniels, Jr., former pub- 
lisher of the News and Observer, Dr. William Friday, former President 
of the UNC System; Dr. Billy Graham, U.S. Senator Lauch Faircloth, 
former State Treasurer Harland Boyes; and former Governor Robert 
Scott. 

c. CAL has held "A Christian Looks at Gambling" workshops in Statesville, 
Burlington, Morehead City, New Bern, Laurinburg, Asheville, Charlotte, 
Beulaville and Salisbury areas whose legislators were targeted as "on 
the fence" on the lottery issue. 

d. The League has provided a packet of gambling materials for preachers 
across the state to use in educating their people about the dangers of 
a lottery. 

Abortion 

a. The Executive Director of CAL spoke before a Senate Committee to 
promote HB 275 - Infant Homicide Prevention Act. The bill, which near- 
ly failed to get out of the House in the Spring, gained near unanimous 
support after the Christian Action League got behind the legislation. The 
bill allows mothers under certain circumstances to avoid abandonment 
charges if they leave their newborn with a responsible adult or health 
care provider. The League believes that this is an alternative to abor- 
tion and infant homicide after birth. 

b. CAL has encouraged its members to call President Bush to encourage 
him to stand firm for the sanctity of human life on the issue of stem cell 
research through emails. 

Alcohol 

a. Participated in four LBD campaigns since January, 2001 . We help with 
their organizational meetings, rallies and providing educational materi- 
als. Wilson Mills was successful in defeating off-premise beer and wine 
sales. 

b. Worked in the General Assembly for defeat of HB 1143 - Sports Club 
ABC Permits which would allow liquor-by-the-drink without a vote of the 
people. Rev. Mark H. Creech, Executive Director of CAL, spoke before 
the Senate Committee against this bill. Unfortunately, the Governor 
signed this bill into law on 5/30/01. 

Pornography 

Have produced and aired several radio programs to inform the public of the 
internet pornography crisis. Educate communities on how they can rid their 
neighborhoods of adult establishments. 
. Homosexuality 

CAL monitors and informs the Christian community of the current homo- 
sexual agenda through our email alert and news letter. We tract bills that 

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would give protected status for homosexuals. Several bills this session are 
HB 941 , HB 871 and SB 547; all remain in committee. 

The Christian Action League of North Carolina produces a quarterly newsletter 
The Beacon that has a distribution of over 21,000. We also send out an email 
alert every Friday to over 600 members to keep them abreast of current moral, 
ethical and political issues that affect our state and nation. All services of the 
Christian Action League are provided at no charge. We depend on God's people 
to provide for His work. 

Working For A Better North Carolina, 

Reverend Mark H. Creech Coy C. Privette 

Executive Director President 

Council on Christian Higher Education 

When it comes to colleges, "one size does not fit all." There is a difference. 

North Carolina has 117 post-secondary institutions. Some are classified as 
community or technical colleges. Others are public, while some are private. Some 
are Bible colleges. One is a seminary and one is a junior college. 

Some have large campuses, while others have modest facilities. Some have 
major sports teams, while others offer intramural events. Some have significant 
endowments, while others struggle to stay open. Some have government support, 
while other depend upon private support. 

North Carolina Baptist colleges and universities are unique. They are institu- 
tions we trust and support. They represent places that share our core belief that 
one's education should involve the heart, soul and mind. This belief is not shared 
by every institution in our state. Some are not allowed to invoke the name of God, 
neither are they allowed to worship God. North Carolina Baptist colleges, howev- 
er, are different. 

The colleges and universities associated with the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina affirm their faith in God and acknowledge their Baptist heritage. 
Students on our campuses are challenged to develop their faith through Bible 
study, worship, ministry and mission opportunities in addition to their academic 
studies. 

When a professor on one of our campuses was asked, "Why have you chosen 
to be a part of this facility?" He responded, "Because I am free to mention the 
name of Jesus on this campus. " 

When it comes to colleges, "one size does not fit all." 

Students in our churches struggle when they are deciding which college or uni- 
versity to attend. It is a decision that will follow them the rest of their lives. If they 
choose a school where faith is left out of their educational experience, they will 
graduate with degrees without the benefit of their faith being challenged. 

Thank you North Carolina Baptists for your continued support of Christian high- 
er education at Campbell, Chowan, Gardner-Webb, Mars Hill, Meredith, Wake 
Forest and Wingate. 



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North American Mission Board, SBC 
2001 Annual Report 

God is moving mightily through your North American Mission Board team. It's 
been four years since the ministries of three former SBC agencies were combined 
to form this new agency. In partnership with state conventions, associations and 
local churches, we are commissioning more missionaries, putting more money on 
the mission field, and starting challenging, new ministries to reach North America for 
Christ. In 2000, the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and the Cooperative Program 
were the largest in history. Following are a few highlights of what those offerings, 
5,081 missionaries, 3,000 chaplains and 150,000 mission volunteers accomplished. 

Reaching People for Christ 

More than 2000 schools are using the FiSH Bible study strategy on high school 
campuses, each averaging more than four students per month making a pro- 
fession of faith. 

More than 100,000 people per month are averaging ten minutes each with a 
gospel presentation on one of NAMB's Internet Websites. Last year, hundreds 
accepted Christ through the sites and were referred to local Southern Baptist 
churches for follow-up and discipleship. 
• 2,614 SBC-endorsed chaplains led 21 ,000 people to faith in Christ. 

NAMB-related pregnancy care centers ministered to 28,382 clients, resulting in 
2,186 babies born, 29 adoptions, and 673 professions of faith. 

Starting New Churches 

SBC church starts and new affiliates were the second highest in history last 
year. Southern Baptists established 1,681 new congregations, added to 144 
new SBC affiliated churches for a total of 1825 new SBC churches. 
The Nehemiah Project, which placed a NAMB missionary at every SBC semi- 
nary to serve as church planting professors, deployed 221 students as church 
planter interns. 

Canada leadership set a prayer goal of establishing 1 ,000 healthy, reproducing 
churches by 2020. 

Mobilizing Christians 

By the end of the year, NAMB and its mission partners supported 5,081 mis- 
sionaries. 

65,000 adults participated in construction and ministry projects at more than 500 
sites. 

16,500 World Changers led 1,544 people to professions of faith through a 
renewed emphasis on intentional evangelism. 

Southern Baptists have the second largest disaster relief force in North America, 
second only to the American Red Cross. Last year, 24,546 disaster relief volun- 
teers from 23 state conventions responded to 75 disasters and repaired 1 ,845 
homes. 

Reaching the Cities 

Strategic Focus Cities mobilizes Southern Baptists to reach two major cities per 
year. Hundreds of churches are being started, and thousands are coming to 
Christ through SFC efforts in Chicago, Phoenix, Boston, Las Vegas, 
Philadelphia and Seattle. 

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The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 
2000 Annual Report 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 
1920 has been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in 
increasing an awareness among North Carolina Baptists of Christian estate stew- 
ardship principles as a means of financially undergirding churches, institutions 
and mission endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries 
and services provided by the institutions and General Board staff merits increased 
financial support. The Foundation accomplishes these objectives by offering 
assistance in estate planning counsel, Will preparation, planned giving, charitable 
remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 

During 2000, the Foundation provided assistance to individuals in establishing 
30 endowment funds and 18 charitable remainder trusts totaling $1 .9 million and 
received $3.6 million in contributions to existing endowments all of which will ulti- 
mately benefit countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs were 
provided for 1 64 churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your 
Will Month, Christian estate stewardship, and church fund management. Over 
$4.6 million from churches and institutions came under management to enhance 
numerous ministries including scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, 
benevolence funds, general operating funds and other various mission causes. 
With a total of $1 0.1 million in contributions, it was the best year ever eclipsing the 
previous high of $9.3 million recorded in 1999. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds 
according to an investment policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools 
are offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an income fund and a fixed income 
fund. The Foundation uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select 
top money managers and evaluate performance. As of December 31 , 2000, the 
Foundation held $97.4 million under management. This is an increase of more 
than $4.1 million over 1999. 

The Foundation also experienced a record year in distributions in 2000. The 
previous high in distributions was 1999, with $5.3 million distributed to charity and 
individuals, through trusts, receiving $2.4 million. During the 81 -year history of 
The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc., $18.5 million has been distributed to 
individuals and $32.4 million to Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes 
for a grand historical total of $47.1 million. 

Nancy Hunter, Chair, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 



Office of Annuity 

The Annuity Office of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in part- 
nership with the Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention provides ser- 
vices related to retirement planning, financial support of ministers and other 
church employees, life and health insurance, ministry to seminary/divinity stu- 
dents, and church/clergy tax issues. These services are provided in a variety of 
ways to churches and church employees. 

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As a result of an expanded mission statement and two new ministry assign- 
ments given to the Annuity Board in 2000, the year 2001 is proving to be one of 
transition. Specifically, much of the Board's work during 2001 has focused on 
preparing to offer personal investing and institutional investments with the accom- 
panying need for all the investment funds to be registered during this year. 
Despite a disappointing year in the financial markets, ten of the fourteen Annuity 
Board investment funds out-performed their benchmark for the year. More specif- 
ically, all six equity funds and all four blended funds exceeded benchmark returns 
while all four fixed select funds under-performed. 

Insurance continues to be one of the greatest challenges as the Annuity Board 
continually seeks to maintain viable products for participants. New insurance 
products and services have been developed and plans outlined for implementa- 
tion. Two new Medicare supplement plans were designed and implemented. The 
Annuity Board paid more than $139 million in insurance benefits last year. 

The Endowment Ministry, designed to give support to retired ministers, denom- 
inational employees and their widows with special needs, enjoyed a banner year. 
The relief ministry reached a record monetary level as $5.3 million was distributed 
to needy retired ministers and widows. Guidelines for the Adopt An Annuitant 
ministry were revised to allow more applicants to qualify for the gift. 

As of May 31 , 2001 . there were 4,842 active participants in the retirement plan 
with 62% of our North Carolina churches participating. The number of persons 
receiving retirement benefits has increased to 2.815 with another 361 being 
assisted through the Adopt An Annuitant ministry plan. 

It is our strong desire to serve all of our churches, ministers, and church 
employees. For more information related to products or services, call the Baptist 
State Convention of NC at 1.800.395.5102 extension 174, visit our Web site at 
www.bscnc.org. or call the Annuity Board at 1.800.262.0511 or visit the Annuity 
Board Web site at www.absbc.org. 



Johnny Ross, Senior Consultant 

Annuity 



Meeting the 
Challenges of 
Health Care 



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eport to 



2001 the Associations 




touching Lives With Hope" 



HOSPITAL FOCUSED ON PARTNERSHIPS IN HEALING 

"We desire to build a hospital to bring the healing art more definitely under the 
dominion of the Great Healer." Baptist Hospital's founding commission penned 
these words in 1921, and this partnership in healing has been our defining pur- 
pose. Our Christian heritage remains the foundation of Baptist Hospital and 
undergirds our daily commitment to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art med- 
ical care to those we serve. The Christian faith is truly the "soul of our institution." 

SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE 

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ministries of growth, hope, and healing in the Spirit of Christ. We are thankful that 
North Carolina Baptists are a significant partner in this mission, helping us to bring 
hope to thousands of people each year. 

The Department of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education provided ministry dur- 
ing the past year through more than 61 ,000 pastoral visits, and worship services 
every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The department's Clinical 
Pastoral Education (CPE) program received a 10-year accreditation from the 
Association of Clinical Pastoral Education site review team. Fifty-eight students 
received training in one of the largest and finest CPE programs in America. 

The Department of Pastoral Counseling, CareNet, Inc. continues to develop its 
ministries. Rev. Steve Scoggin became the director of the system's newest cen- 
ter, the East Carolina Counseling Centers, Inc., in Greenville, N.C. CareNet's 
counseling centers provided more than 25,500 hours of compassionate pastoral 
counseling in 17 locations across the state during the year. It is the largest pas- 
toral counseling system in the nation. Thanks to N.C. Baptists, free or reduced 
rate counseling is made available to lower income people. 

The Center for Congregational Health, Inc. continues to assist churches in 
becoming healthier communities of faith. The Center provides consultation to 25 
congregations a month. Over 600 church leaders received training in education- 
al events conducted by the Center during the past year. These include the Young 
Leaders Program for ministers under age 40, and Intentional Interim Ministry 
training. Thanks to N.C. Baptists, the Center receives essential support for its 
ministries. This support pays for initial consultation for all Baptist churches, and 
provides subsidies for churches and ministers who need special financial assis- 
tance. 

The Department of Church and Community Relations continues to serve as a 
liaison between the Hospital and churches of the Baptist State Convention. The 
department's director, Rev. Paul Mullen, provided ministry through 150 requests 
for assistance with obtaining medical care or concerns about medical bills. More 
than $65,000 was provided to N.C. Baptist ministers and their families by the 25% 
subsidy for their hospital bills. A variety of benevolent ministries was also coordi- 
nated, primarily the Baptist Benevolent Care Fund. 
BAPTIST BENEVOLENT CARE FUND 

North Carolina Baptists, through the Mother's Day Offering, opened their 
hearts to patients in financial need and gave $560,624 in 2000 for the compas- 
sionate mission of benevolent care at Baptist Hospital. All of these funds were 
used to pay the hospital bills of patients in financial need. The fund helps patients 
who "fall between the cracks," making too much for government assistance but 
not enough to pay for healthcare insurance. They are deeply thankful to N.C. 
Baptists for this gracious witness to God's love. As one recipient said, "God 
smiled on us through the Baptists of North Carolina." Her son is a 13-year-old 
cancer patient. 

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Ranked Among the Nation's Best - Baptist Hospital, part of Wake Forest 
University Medical Center, ranks among the nation's top hospitals according to 
the July 2001 issue of U.S. News and World Report. One hundred eighty-eight 
of the nation's 6,299 hospitals appear on the list. 

Comprehensive Cancer Center Recognized for Excellence - The Medical 

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Center's Comprehensive Cancer Center received a 5-year renewal of its status 
from the National Cancer Institute. The Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of 
only 37 such centers in the nation, and is the only one in western North Carolina. 
It includes Prostate and Breast Cancer Centers of Excellence. 

Medical Center Earns Recognition for Trauma Care - Baptist Hospital, a Level 
One Trauma Center, received verification in both adult and pediatric trauma ser- 
vices in February 2001 by the American College of Surgeons. It is the first Level 
One Trauma Center in North Carolina to receive such recognition. 

Downtown Health Plaza Opens - The 47,000 square foot Downtown Health 
Plaza opened in 2001 to provide healthcare for underserved people in Forsyth 
and surrounding counties. Thousands of indigent children, adolescents, and 
adults have received compassionate and thorough medical care during the year. 

Expansion of Brenner Children's Hospital - Construction of a 400,000 square 
foot, 11 -story addition to the hospital's Ardmore Tower is moving toward comple- 
tion. Six of the floors will provide space for Brenner Children's facilities, such as 
private patient rooms, family resource centers, and programs for children with dis- 
abilities. The Tower will also include new cardiac catherization labs and operat- 
ing rooms. 

Information and Appointments - For more information on health related issues 
or to make an appointment with a physician, contact HEALTH-ON-CALL at 1 -800- 
446-2255 or 336-71 6-2255. 

A CLOSING WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT 

The values of our Christian faith are the guiding principles of the North Carolina 
Baptist Hospital mission. We are strongly committed to be a place of healing, 
bridging compassionate and respectful care in the Spirit of Christ with the best of 
medical science and technology. This commitment reflects our heritage and 
shapes our vision for the future. We are thankful to North Carolina Baptists for 
being our partner in this healing mission. We were created to serve and care for 
people in times of their healthcare needs, and we are here for you. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Len B. Preslar, Jr. 

President 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 



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The 2001 Annual 

of the 

Brunswick Baptist Association 

is concluded with 

the following Statistical Tables 

for your further 

information and reference. 



Congregational and Member Information 

Financial - General 

Baptism Information 

Sunday School Information - Enrollment 

Discipleship Training Information 

Music Ministry Information 

Missions Education 

Financial - Mission 



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Congregation and Member Info 
Brunswick Association 



1 — Total Membership 2 — Resident Membership 4 — Other Additions 
9 - AM Worship Att. 10- Church-Type Misions Started 



CONGREGATION 


C/M 


1 


2 


4 


Antioch 


C 


320 


266 


10 


Beach Road 


c 


499 


356 


26 


Bethel 


c 


158 


141 





Beulah 


c 


214 


198 


4 


Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


238 


220 


30 


Bolivia 


c 


97 


65 





Bonaparte 


c 


33 


17 


1 


Boones Neck 


c 


45 


37 


5 


Brunswick Islands 


c 


377 


326 


16 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


545 


460 





Community Chapel 


c 


100 


56 


1 


Crossroads 


c 











Elah 


c 


391 


263 


4 


Faith 


c 


184 


113 


1 


Farmers Chapel 


c 


29 


29 


3 


Friendship 


c 


121 


83 


4 


Goshen 


c 


181 


124 


1 


Gospel Center 


c 


170 


148 


8 


Grace 


c 











Jennies Branch 


c 


355 


275 


13 


Lebanon 


c 


70 


50 





Longwood 


c 


106 


56 


4 


Mill Creek 


c 


193 


131 


4 


Mount Olive 


c 


295 


221 


10 


Mount Pisgah 


c 


350 


335 





New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 











New Life 


c 


107 


65 


2 


Oak Grove 


c 


93 


89 


3 


Oak Island First 


c 


436 


314 


27 


Old Shallotte 


c 


223 


162 


19 


Peace Memorial 


c 


365 


203 


11 


Prospect 


c 


38 


25 


4 


Sabbath Home 


c 


467 


372 





Shallotte First 


c 


446 


446 


33 


Shell Point 


c 


251 


135 





Shoreline 


c 


72 


72 





Soldier Bay 


c 


230 


144 


7 


Southport 


c 


927 


659 


20 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


91 





11 


Supply 


c 


312 


236 


10 


Town Creek Missionary 


c 


542 


402 


13 


Woodburn First 


c 


182 


99 


4 


Zion Bapt Ch 


c 


113 


103 






Total: 



9,966 7,496 



309 



5 - New Member Training 6 — Year Organized ~ — Year Pastor Came 8- Location (A- J) 

11 - Church-Type Missions Operating 12 - Lost/Unchurched 13 —Assoc. Mis on % Basis 

14 — Intercessory Prayer Race — Racial Ethnic Group 

i 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 






1867 


1998 


A 


70 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 


16 


1989 


1988 


D 


190 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1839 


2001 


D 


55 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 


5 


1837 


1996 


C 


101 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1963 


1999 


D 


175 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1913 


2000 


C 


40 


5 


5 


Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1986 


1999 


c 


15 








Y 


N 


Y 1 





1946 


2000 


A 


29 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1992 


1995 


A 


200 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1961 


1996 


C 


300 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1964 





A 


370 








N 


N 


N 1 































1882 


1992 


B 


125 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1977 


1989 


A 


75 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1908 


2001 


A 


17 








N 


N 


N 1 





1916 


2001 


A 


62 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 


1 


1848 


1997 


A 


125 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1952 


1994 


C 


75 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 































1895 


2000 


A 


102 








N 


Y 


Y 1 





1887 


1998 


A 


60 








N 


Y 


Y 1 





1939 


1999 


A 


60 








N 


N 


N 1 





1776 


2000 


A 


65 








N 


Y 


Y 1 





1915 


1988 


A 


141 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1762 


1996 


A 


125 





1 


N 


N 


N 1 































1888 


1998 


A 


35 








N 


N 


Y 1 





1891 


1997 


A 


70 








Y 


N 


N 1 





1960 


2000 


D 


204 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1837 


1997 


A 


185 








Y 


N 


Y 3 





1961 


1997 


A 


110 








Y 


N 


Y 1 





1891 


1997 


A 


17 








Y 


Y 


N 1 





1930 





A 


110 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1837 


1997 


I) 


225 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1960 


1995 


A 


76 








N 


N 


N 1 





1999 


1999 


1) 


95 


1 


1 


Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1886 


1990 


A 


81 





1 


Y 


Y 


Y 1 


35 


1871 


1999 


D 


406 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1968 


1999 


B 


60 








Y 


N 


N 1 





1948 


2001 


B 


187 








Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1884 


1980 


A 


218 








N 


Y 


N 1 





1968 


1997 


A 


90 


(I 





Y 


Y 


Y 1 





1919 


na 


A 


40 








N 


N 


N 1 



4,786 



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Financial - General 








Brunswick Association 


Legend 


• 26- 


Undesignated Gifts 27 - Designated Gifts 28 — Other Receipts 


CONGREGATION 




C/M 




Antioch 




C 




Beach Road 




c 




Bethel 




c 




Beulah 




c 




Boiling Spg Lakes First 




c 




Bolivia 




c 




Bonaparte 




c 




Boones Neck 




c 




Brunswick Islands 




c 




Calvary Bapt 




c 




Community Chapel 
Crossroads 




c 
c 




Elah 




c 




Faith 

Farmers Chapel 




c 
c 




Friendship 




c 




Goshen 




c 




Gospel Center 




c 




Grace 




c 




Jennies Branch 




c 




Lebanon 




c 


■ 


Longwood 




c 




Mill Creek 
Mount Olive 




c 
c 




Mount Pisgah 




c 




New Ebenezer Missionary 




c 




New Life 




c 




Oak Grove 




c 




Oak Island First 




c 




Old Shallotte 




c 




Peace Memorial 




c 




Prospect 




c 




Sabbath Home 




c 


■ 


Shallotte First 




c 




Shell Point 




c 




Shoreline 




c 




Soldier Bay 




c 




Southport 




c 




Sunset Harbor First 




c 




Supply 




c 




Town Creek Missionary 




c 




Woodburn First 




c 




Zion Bapt Ch 




c 






Total 








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TRE -Total Receipts (26+2~+28) 36 - Value Cong. Property 37 - Congregational Debt 



26 27 28 TRE 36 37 



$7,000 


$0 


$142,000 


$1,500,000 


$0 


$135,627 


$0 


$363,541 


$1,352,110 


$541,000 


$3,597 


$0 


$67,373 


$305,000 


$0 


$3,477 


$5,868 


$115,256 


$1,000,000 


$55,000 


$5,495 


$9,094 


$213,772 


$1,000,060 


$265,000 


$1,472 


$311 


$22,571 


$300,000 


$0 


$1,774 


$0 


$13,528 


$110,000 


$0 


$561 


$2,680 


$23,768 


$136,000 


$0 


$128,880 


$0 


$313,595 


$1,254,080 


$356,749 


$140,034 


$25,373 


$504,907 


$1,094,730 


$0 


$7,030 


$0 


$22,284 


$150,000 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


JO 


$0 


$1,895 


$5,845 


$127,848 


$542,292 


$0 


$5,017 


$0 


$97,732 


$500,000 


$0 


$453 


$0 


$7,866 


$140,000 


$0 


$1,000 


$0 


$66,620 


$3,000,000 


JO 


$6,936 


$4,650 


$98,221 


$379,740 


SO 


$10,236 


$298 


$71,653 


$584,000 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$6,439 


$5,445 


$137,366 


$1,000,000 


JO 


$0 


$0 


$21,148 


$0 


$0 


$21,802 


$0 


$65,386 


$299,680 


$5,798 


$14,184 


$0 


$72,894 


$900,000 


$0 


$4,064 


$5,500 


$131,081 


$197,500 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$129,734 


$500,000 


JO 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


JO 


$35 


$880 


$41,915 


$340,000 


JO 


$10,007 


$179 


$67,566 


$480,790 


$8,485 


$34,879 


$0 


$215,662 


$1,100,000 


$0 


$10,471 


$3,663 


$91,036 


$600,000 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$20 


$0 


$11,558 


$85,000 


JO 


$460 


$0 


$953 


$1,457,000 


JO 


$34,394 

$5,875 


$1,950 
$1,100 


$218,157 

$72,375 


$1,210,000 

$900,000 


$0 
$150,000 


$20,000 


$0 


$80,080 


$150,000 


JO 


$15,099 


$0 


$99,418 


$500,000 


JO 


$37,571 


$59,796 


$489,120 


$2,500,000 


JO 


$7,202 


$13 


$63,896 


$450,000 


JO 


$31,303 


$164 


$151,861 


$791,000 


JO 


$8,643 


$1,536 


$180,484 


$625,000 


JO 


$310 


$270 


$1,791 


$376,210 


$0 


$1,726 


$110 


$31,545 


$286,000 


$0 



$724,968 $134,726 $4,647,562 $28,096,192 $1,382,032 



-81 



Baptism Info 
Brunswick Associatio 


Legend: . 


— Baptisms Total 


3a - Baptisms 0-5 


3b - Baptisms 6-8 3c - Baptisms 9-11 


CONGREGATION 




C/M 


3 3a 



Antioch 

Beach Road 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Boiling Spg Lakes First 

Bolivia 

Bonaparte 

Boones Neck 

Brunswick Islands 

Calvary Bapt 

Community Chapel 

Crossroads 

Elah 

Faith 

Farmers Chapel 

Friendship 

Goshen 

Gospel Center 

Grace 

Jennies Branch 

Lebanon 

Longwood 

Mill Creek 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pisgah 

New Ebenezer Missionary 

New Life 

Oak Grove 

Oak Island First 

Old Shallotte 

Peace Memorial 

Prospect 

Sabbath Home 

Shallotte First 

Shell Point 

Shoreline 

Soldier Bay 

Southport 

Sunset Harbor First 

Supply 

Town Creek Missionary 

Woodburn First 

Zion Bapt Ch 



c 


1 







c 


17 







c 


2 







c 


5 







c 


16 







c 










c 










c 


3 







c 


16 







c 


8 







c 










c 










c 


5 







c 


5 







c 


2 







c 


4 







c 


1 







c 


1 







c 










c 


16 







c 


15 







c 


5 







c 


6 


1 




c 


14 







c 


6 







c 










c 


1 







c 


14 







c 


5 







c 


14 







c 


2 







c 


1 







c 


5 







c 


21 







c 


5 







c 


14 







c 


1 







c 


14 







c 


2 







c 


10 







c 


14 







c 


4 







c 











Total: 



-82- 



275 





3d - Baptisms 12-1 7 


3e~ Baptisms 18-29 


3f~ Baptisms 30-59 3g - 


- Baptisms 60- 


3b 3c 


3d 


3e 3f 


3g 


















1 





5 


7 


2 








2 











1 


3 








4 


5 


3 


3 












































1 


1 


2 

1 


5 
1 


5 



4 
5 




1 
































1 








2 


2 


1 


3 











1 








1 





1 


(1 














1 























I 

















2 





7 


4 





6 


4 





2 





(1 

1 




1 


] 




4 

1 






4 


(I 


3 


3 


4 


2 





2 


2 























1 











3 


8 





2 


1 


2 


1 











6 


5 





I 


2 











1 











1 








2 





2 








4 


6 





6 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 








3 





6 


2 











1 





4 


5 


1 


4 








1 





1 





3 





5 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


5 





2 


1 


1 
























58 56 43 68 19 



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Sunday School Info - Enrollment 










Brunswick Association 




Legend: 15 - 


- Total SS Enrollment 15a - SS 0-5 15b - 


-SS6-11 






15h — SS General Officers 


15i- Other 


Bible Study 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 


15 


15a 


15b 


15c 


Antioch 


C 


135 


14 


30 


10 


Beach Road 


c 


196 


21 


18 


27 


Bethel 


c 


30 


4 


2 


2 


Beulah 


c 


137 


6 


9 


16 


Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


197 


25 


29 


42 


Bolivia 


c 


38 


10 


5 


8 


Bonaparte 


c 


14 








^ 


Boones Neck 


c 


20 





2 


° 


Brunswick Islands 


c 


195 


10 


25 


25 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


414 


34 


42 


46 


Community Chapel 


c 


37 


3 


9 


5 


Crossroads 


c 














Elah 


c 


174 


23 


29 


29 


Faith 


c 


111 


5 


16 


21 


Farmers Chapel 


c 


20 


I 


3 





Friendship 


c 


76 


5 


7 


5 


Goshen 


c 


86 


9 


15 


15 


Gospel Center 


c 


96 


13 


12 


9 


Grace 


c 














Jennies Branch 


c 


121 


12 


14 


11 


Lebanon 


c 


40 





10 





Longwood 


c 


86 


7 


11 


7 


Mill Creek 


c 


82 


10 


12 


11 


Mount Olive 


c 


125 


8 


17 


6 


Mount Pisgah 


c 


121 


10 


20 


11 


New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 














New Life 


c 


56 


1 


7 


6 


Oak Grove 


c 


79 


5 


4 


8 


Oak Island First 


c 


213 


9 


26 


41 


Old Shallotte 


c 


221 


11 


20 


20 


Peace Memorial 


c 


92 


11 


25 


13 


Prospect 


c 


20 





2 





Sabbath Home 


c 


109 


2 


5 


6 


Shallotte First 


c 


261 


19 


24 


35 


Shell Point 


c 


99 


17 


7 


19 


Shoreline 


c 


80 


7 


9 


15 


Soldier Bay 


c 


148 


12 


15 


9 


Southport 


c 


765 


64 


80 


95 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


51 


4 





10 


Supply 


c 


133 


11 


6 


17 


Town Creek Missionary 


c 


270 


47 


28 


31 


Woodburn First 


c 


190 


21 


13 


23 


Zion Bapt Ch 


c 


42 


6 


5 


4 


Total: 


-84- 


5,380 


477 


613 


662 



15c-SSJ2-J7 lSd-SS 18-24 15e-SS 25-34 ISf-SS 3S-S4 15g-SS55up 

1 6 — SS Avg Weekly Attendance 1" — Non-Cong Members 18- Vacation Bible School 



15d 


15e 


15f 


15g 


ISh 


ISi 


16 


17 


18 


8 





17 


21 


2 





75 


7 


105 


16 


15 


23 


29 


5 


25 


97 


10 


86 








8 


8 








30 





30 


6 


15 


24 


20 


4 


30 


90 


24 


132 


33 


21 


12 


22 


3 





143 


22 


75 





3 


3 


4 


3 





27 





70 











10 








6 


6 


12 








4 


6 


2 





12 








8 


27 


18 


51 


5 





117 





75 


22 


18 


93 


65 


3 





195 


25 


200 








10 


6 


2 





29 





48 




















() 








11 


37 


11 


19 


5 





94 


5S 


129 


8 


11 


15 


18 


5 





71 


(I 


101 








4 


4 


1 


7 


13 


3 


36 


5 


10 


10 


31 


3 





<>2 


9 


54 


4 


5 


6 


17 


4 





53 


25 


78 


11 





19 





2 





57 


3 


67 
































12 


24 


10 


3 





75 





70 


o 





30 


(I 








26 











13 





41 


7 





65 





55 


6 


1 


24 


1 


4 





45 


11 


82 


12 


20 


46 


5 


2 





77 


7 


XI 


8 


10 


21 


1 1 


2 





95 





75 


1 


























\ 4 


5 


8 


21 


4 





35 


3 


35 


3 


5 


22 


17 


3 





(.8 





XI) 


11 


19 


32 


28 


8 





114 








1 


22 


26 


72 


4 


45 


75 


30 


72 





11 





29 


3 





60 





97 


2 





5 


4 








18 





37 


° 


18 


31 


16 


21 





88 


9 


64 


12 


10 


84 


24 


2 





142 


6 


144 


i 5 


7 


15 


9 


3 





58 


IX 





; 10 


10 


10 


10 


4 





51 


10 


20 


1 3 


20 


20 


26 


3 


40 


75 


6 


103 


134 


78 


139 


149 


6 


20 


287 





214 


1 ° 

1 





2 


1 


2 





33 





53 


16 


9 


23 


47 


4 


40 


130 





5 3 


35 


42 


32 


29 


4 





131 


14 


167 


IX 


20 


28 


5 


2 


50 


60 


4(1 


118 


i 1 


8 


4 


5 


2 





29 





43 



502 



903 



142 257 3,008 346 2,961 

-85- 























Discipleship Training Info 










Brunswick Association 


Legend: 


19 — Total Ongoing Discipleship Training 1 9a — Ongoing Preschool B-S 






19e- 


-DTGen. 


Officers 20 - 


- Total Short-Term DT 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 


19 


19a 


19b 


19c 


Antioch 


C 


40 


5 


10 


2 


Beach Road 


c 


21 


2 


12 


4 


Bethel 


c 














Beulah 


c 


34 








12 


Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


150 


10 


25 


30 


Bolivia 


c 














Bonaparte 


c 














Boones Neck 


c 














Brunswick Islands 


c 














Calvary Bapt 


c 


63 








40 


Community Chapel 


c 














Crossroads 


c 














Elah 


c 


38 





8 


12 


Faith 


c 


45 


(I 


12 


16 


Farmers Chapel 


c 














Friendship 


c 





t) 








Goshen 


c 














Gospel Center 


c 














Grace 


c 








(1 





Jennies Branch 


c 














Lebanon 


c 


9 











Longwood 


c 














Mill Creek 


c 














Mount Olive 


c 














Mount Pisgah 


c 


6 











New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 














New Life 


c 














Oak Grove 


c 














Oak Island First 


c 


46 





10 


30 


Old Shallotte 


c 


120 


12 


10 


16 


Peace Memorial 


c 














Prospect 


c 














Sabbath Home 


c 














Shallotte First 


c 


63 


5 


5 





Shell Point 


c 


(I 











Shoreline 


c 


37 








6 


Soldier Bay 


c 


14 


3 


3 


4 


Southport 


c 


258 


25 


58 


60 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


26 





2 


8 


Supply 


c 














Town Creek Missionary 


c 











o 


Woodburn First 


c 














Zion Bapt Ch 


c 














Total: 


-86- 


970 


62 


155 


240 



19b - Ongoing Child 6-11 19c - Ongoing Youth 12-1 7 19d - Ongoing Adult 18-up 

20a - Short-Term Preschool 20b — Short-Term Children 20c - Short-Term Youth 

20d- Short-Term Adults - Gen. Officers DTEN (19+20) - Total DT Enrollment/Participation 

19e 20 20a 20b 20c 20d DTEN 



3 

















40 


3 


163 











163 


184 























3 

















34 




















150 






















































































8 


312 





20 


60 


232 


375 















































73 


10 


18 


25 


20 


111 


1 


53 











53 


98 















































15 








12 


3 


15 








(1 



























































(! 














9 



















































































6 

































































6 


49 











49 


95 


8 

















120 

































































2 

















63 























1 

















37 


4 


30 


3 


6 


16 


5 


44 


8 


214 


94 


60 





60 


472 


2 

















26 





























() 









































































































14 


69 


909 


107 


104 


113 


585 

-87- 


1,879 















Music Ministry Info 






Brunswick As 


sociation 


Legend: 21 - 


Total Music Ministry Enrollment 


21a — Preschool 3-5 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 




Antioch 


C 




Beach Road 


c 






Bethel 


c 






Beulah 


c 






Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 






Bolivia 


c 






Bonaparte 


c 






Boones Neck 


c 






Brunswick Islands 


c 






Calvary Bapt 


c 






Community Chapel 


c 






Crossroads 


c 






Elan 


c 






Faith 


c 






Farmers Chapel 


c 






Friendship 


c 






Goshen 


c 






Gospel Center 


c 






Grace 


c 




Jennies Branch 


c 






Lebanon 


c 






Longwood 
Mill Creek 


c 
c 






Mount Olive 


c 






Mount Pisgah 


c 






New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 






New Life 


c 






Oak Grove 


c 






Oak Island First 


c 






Old Shallotte 


c 






Peace Memorial 


c 






Prospect 


c 






Sabbath Home 


c 






Shallotte First 


c 






Shell Point 


c 






Shoreline 


c 






Soldier Bay 


c 






Southport 


c 






Sunset Harbor First 


c 




Supply 


c 






Town Creek Missionary 


c 






Woodburn First 


c 






Zion Bapt Ch 


c 






Total: 






-88- 









21b -Children 6-11 


21c- 


Youth 12-17 21d- 


- Adult Choir 18-up 


21e — Other Music Groups 


21 


21a 


21b 


21c 


21d 


21e 


43 


2 


15 





26 





61 





15 


8 


30 


8 


19 











19 





28 


4 


5 





19 





44 











10 


34 


4 











3 


1 




















11 











11 





38 











30 


8 


223 


7 


27 


30 


116 


43 






































35 








6 


25 


4 


63 





7 


10 


26 


20 




















21 





(I 





21 





69 


8 


16 


19 


14 


12 


26 





3 


4 


19 











(I 











33 


8 


10 





15 





10 











10 





22 











22 





15 











15 





61 


6 


12 


5 


30 


8 


33 








12 


21 























12 











11 


1 


26 











23 


3 


64 


1 


7 


20 


23 


13 


100 








22 


35 


4} 


37 


5 


4 


11 


17 























30 











30 


(1 


82 


15 


24 


18 


25 





43 


4 


6 


5 


28 





12 











12 


(1 


32 











32 





208 


20 


02 


37 


55 


34 


20 








3 


15 


2 


25 











25 





121 


20 


35 


15 


48 


3 


25 








5 


20 





9 


4 


5 












1,705 104 253 230 881 237 



-89- 



















Missions Education 








Brunswick Association 


Legend: 23 -- Total WKiU Enrollment 


23a - Ages Birth-5 


23b- 


-Ages 6-11 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 


23 


23a 


23b 


Antioch 


C 


29 


6 


10 


Beach Road 


c 


56 


6 


9 


Bethel 


c 


12 


2 


3 


Beulah 


c 











Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


76 


14 


12 


Bolivia 


c 


8 








Bonaparte 


c 











Boones Neck 


c 











Brunswick Islands 


c 


66 


8 


14 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


38 


4 


19 


Community Chapel 


c 











Crossroads 


c 








o 


Elah 


c 


54 


8 


10 


Faith 


c 


35 


4 


8 


Farmers Chapel 


c 











Friendship 


c 


12 








Goshen 


c 


64 


8 


16 


Gospel Center 


c 


28 


2 


10 


Grace 


c 











Jennies Branch 


c 


37 


7 


9 


Lebanon 


c 











Longwood 


c 











Mill Creek 


c 


33 


6 


2 


Mount Olive 


c 


17 








Mount Pisgah 


c 


33 


3 


1 


New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 











New Life 


c 











Oak Grove 


c 











Oak Island First 


c 


68 


3 


8 


Old Shallotte 


c 


125 


10 


25 


Peace Memorial 


c 











Prospect 


c 











Sabbath Home 


c 


39 





22 


Shallotte First 


c 


76 


18 


12 


Shell Point 


c 


53 


12 


8 


Shoreline 


c 


20 


4 


4 


Soldier Bay 


c 


32 


3 





Southport 


c 


156 


22 


47 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


12 








Supply 


c 


22 





3 


Town Creek Missionary 


c 


62 


16 


30 


Woodburn First 


c 











Zion Bapt Ch 


c 











Total: 




1,263 


166 


282 


-90- 











23c -Ages 12-1 7 23d — Ages 18 up 23e -WKIU Leadership Team 24 — Total Brotherhood 
rollment 24a — Ages 6-1 1 24b — Ages 12-17 24c — Ages 18 up 25 — Other Missions Education 



23c 


23d 


23e 


24 


24a 


24b 


24c 


25 





10 


3 


23 


9 


4 


10 





4 


32 


5 


91 


8 


7 


48 








7 












































18 


25 


7 


43 


10 


17 


16 








8 





S 








8 





















































8 


26 


10 


17 


12 


5 











15 





40 


15 





25 





















































18 


16 


2 


17 


6 


3 


8 





7 


11 


5 


11 








11 
































10 


2 

















19 


14 


7 


51 


13 


10 


8 








12 


4 


30 


13 


4 


9 
































15 


6 


18 


3 





15 


























(1 





























20 


5 




















16 


1 


12 





1 


1 1 





10 


15 


4 


18 


4 


8 


6 






























































10 








10 


10 


10 


45 


2 


48 


10 


10 


28 





38 


45 


7 


143 


8 


10 


55 


30 





















































15 


2 


15 








15 





11 


32 


3 


51 


15 


16 


20 





23 


8 


2 


3 








3 








10 


2 


26 


l > 





17 





10 


15 


4 


44 


15 


10 


12 








78 


9 


34 


14 





20 








10 


2 

















4 


10 


5 


12 








12 








15 


1 


50 


20 





30 


74 











10 


2 


3 


5 














5 








5 






180 535 100 830 186 108 407 114 

-91- 















Financial - Mission 






Brunswick Assoc iatioi 


Legend: 29 — Cooperative Programs 


CONGREGATION 


C/M 


29 


30 


Antioch 


C 


$8,000 


$3,000 


Beach Road 


c 


$15,008 


$9,626 


Bethel 


c 


$3,226 


$1,871 


Beulah 


c 


$2,790 


$2,790 


Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


$8,333 


$3,285 


Bolivia 


c 


$0 


$566 


Bonaparte 


c 


$0 


$0 


Boones Neck 


c 


$371 


$159 


Brunswick Islands 


c 


$19,404 


$8,156 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


$38,045 


$16,977 


Community Chapel 


c 


$806 


$696 


Crossroads 


c 


$0 


$0 


Elah 


c 


$24,182 


$11,000 


Faith 


c 


$8,596 


$2,347 


Farmers Chapel 


c 


$114 


$100 


Friendship 


c 


$300 


$700 


Goshen 


c 


$2,000 


$5,000 


Gospel Center 


c 


$1,000 


$1,200 


Grace 


c 


$0 


$0 


Jennies Branch 


c 


$14,469 


$6,129 


Lebanon 


c 


$0 


$662 


Longwood 


c 


$0 


$600 


Mill Creek 


c 


$1,264 


$788 


Mount Olive 


c 


$4,800 


$1,000 


Mount Pisgah 


c 


$6,000 


$3,600 


New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 


$0 


$0 


New Life 


c 


$500 


$500 


Oak Grove 


c 


$0 


$0 


Oak Island First 


c 


$10,544 


$2,600 


Old Shallotte 


c 


$1,700 


$2,394 


Peace Memorial 


c 


$0 


$1,200 


Prospect 


c 


$453 


$453 


Sabbath Home 


c 


$1,555 


$5,162 


Shallotte First 


c 


$4,678 


$5,103 


Shell Point 


c 


$6,540 


$3,770 


Shoreline 


c 


$1,068 


$534 


Soldier Bay 


c 


$3,373 


$5,059 


Soutbport 


c 


$38,501 


$11,519 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


$0 


$1,200 


Supply 


c 


$4,500 


$4,200 


Town Creek Missionary 


c 


$14,928 


$9,428 


Woodburn First 


c 


$3,045 


$3,045 


Zion Bapt Ch 


c 


$0 


$0 


Total 




$250,093 


$136,420 


-92 






i 



30 — Assoc. Missions 31 — State Missions 32 --Annie Armstrong 33 — Lottie Moon 
Uther SBC Miss. Exp. 35 - Non-SBC Miss. Exp. TME - Total Mission Expenditures (29-35) 



31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


TME 


$2,000 


$2,000 


$2,500 


$0 


$0 


$17,500 


$70 


$960 


$5,112 


$1,095 


$5,193 


$37,064 


$0 


$300 


$479 


$1,988 


$0 


$7,864 


$0 


$1,841 


$2,357 


$0 


$0 


$9,778 


$400 


$539 


$864 


$1,463 


$287 


$15,171 


$70 


$98 


$421 


$0 


$610 


$1,765 


$161 


$181 


$175 


$310 


$0 


$827 


$0 


$136 


$103 


$0 


$0 


$769 


$2,020 


$828 


$2,013 


$384 


$14,533 


$47,338 


$304 


$2,495 


$4,474 


$956 


$23,038 


$86,289 


$0 


$310 


$600 


$939 


$0 


$3,352 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$835 


$1,208 


$0 


$1,466 


$38,691 


$876 


$1,183 


$1,503 


$0 


$3,000 


$17,505 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$214 


$525 


$1,050 


$1,750 


$300 


$900 


$5,525 


$298 


$394 


$394 


$442 


$2,000 


$10,528 


$280 


$1,410 


$2,000 


$0 


$295 


$6,185 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$750 


$1,608 


$1,384 


$0 


$0 


$24,340 


$2,031 


$307 


$602 


$0 


$0 


$3,603 


$109 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$700 


$1,409 


$0 


$865 


$825 


$4,837 


$0 


$8,579 


$0 


$0 


$316 


$0 


$1,989 


$8,105 


$0 


$1,675 


$4,074 


$0 


$0 


$15,349 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$200 


$200 


$0 


$3,715 


$5,115 


$150 


$198 


$613 


$0 


$0 


$961 


$1,347 


$1,321 


$2,157 


$305 


$0 


$18,274 


$1,080 


$794 


$1,422 


$844 


$1,641 


$9,876 


$2,900 


$450 


$3,900 


$0 


$0 


$8,450 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$906 


$0 


$786 


$2,159 


$862 


$0 


$10,524 


$0 


$2,000 


$2,137 


$0 


$4,050 


$17,968 


$6,540 


$1,283 


$973 


$0 


$0 


$19,106 


$250 


$265 


$1,547 


$0 


$0 


$3,664 


$0 


$378 


$1,389 


$150 


$303 


$10,652 


$3,320 


$5,628 


$11,434 


$2,296 


$9,791 


$82,489 


$1,200 


$195 


$792 


$462 


So 


$3,849 


$705 


$2,000 


$3,579 


$2,282 


$10,008 


$27,274 


$528 


$478 


$4,035 


$2,761 


$4,955 


$37,113 


$160 


$1,063 


$1,602 


$280 


$160 


$9,355 


$0 


$0 


$0 


JO 


$11,901 


$11,901 



$28,075 $36,054 $71,093 $22,957 $100,536 $645,228 

-93- 



Bylaws Of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association, Inc. 

In order to carry out the mission of the Brunswick Baptist Association, Inc. 
(hereinafter called the Association), the following rules will govern the operation 
of the Association. 

Bylaw 1 - The Association 

(a.) Annual Meeting - The Association shall consider at the Annual meeting 
the following: (1) reports from committees, (2) election of officers, (3) adoption of 
a budget, and (4) other business necessary to carry out the purpose of the asso- 
ciation. Messengers from twenty-five percent of the number of churches shall 
constitute a quorum. Only messengers certified by the churches and the 
Association officers may vote at the annual meeting. 

(b.) Special Meetings - Special meetings of the Association may be called by 
the Board of Directors upon 14 days notice to the member churches, given either 
by regular mail to a church or as otherwise allowed under North Carolina rules of 
civil procedure for the method of service of notice. 

Bylaw 2 - The Board of Directors 

(a.) Purposes - The Board of Directors shall meet regularly between annual 
meetings to hear reports, transact business, and respond to issues affecting the 
life and mission of the Association. 

(b.) Powers - The Board of Directors shall be the final decision making body 
of the Association between Annual Meetings. The Board shall have full power and 
authority to act on behalf of the Association, except for those things required by 
the Constitution or directed by the Bylaws to be done by the Association as a 
whole. 

(c.) Reports - The Board shall make available full reports of each meeting and 
all business transacted at each meeting. 

(d.) Meetings - The Board of Directors shall, at a minimum, meet on the 
Monday night after the second Sunday in January, April, July, and October of each 
year, except these dates may be changed to accommodate holidays. A majority 
of the Association officers may also call the Board into session at other times as 
needed to accomplish business of the Association. 

Bylaw 3 - Officers and Duties 

(a.) Election - The officers of the Association shall be chosen by the 
Association at the Annual Meeting. The Officers shall include the (1) moderator, 
(2) vice-moderator, (3) clerk, (4) treasurer, and (5) parliamentarian. Officers shall 
hold office for one year, or until their successor is named. 

(b.) Removal - Any officer may be removed at any time upon an affirmative 
vote of a majority of the Association. If an office becomes vacant for any reason, 
the Association shall fill the vacancy. 

(c.) Moderator/Chairman - The Moderator shall serve as moderator of the 
Association and as chairman/moderator of the Board of Directors. The Moderator 

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shall preside over all meetings and see that order and decorum are observed. 
The Moderator shall give general supervision and support to all Association activ- 
ities. The Moderator shall serve no more than two consecutive one-year terms. 
Nothing limits the number of total terms a Moderator may serve. 

(d.) Vice-Moderator/Vice-Chairman - The Vice-Moderator shall serve as 
Vice-Moderator of the Association and Board of Directors. The Vice-Moderator 
shall preside during the absence of the Moderator, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator. The Vice-Moderator shall fill the vacancy arising from the resignation 
or removal of the Moderator during the year. 

(e.) Clerk/Secretary - The Clerk shall serve at the annual meeting and as 
Secretary on the Board of Directors. The Clerk shall keep accurate record of the 
proceedings of the body and issue the minutes as soon as practical after adjourn- 
ment of each meeting. The Clerk shall mail uniform associational letters to the 
clerks of each member church in order to facilitate an orderly annual meeting. 
The Clerk may use the services of appropriate Association staff in the perfor- 
mance of the duties of the office of the clerk. 

(f.) Treasurer - The Treasurer shall receive all money contributed to the 
Association. The Treasurer, with assistance from appropriate Association staff 
when needed, shall make monthly reports or money received and money dis- 
bursed, and report at each meeting of the Board of Directors. 

(g.) Parliamentarian - The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the 
Moderator and the Association with all matters involving parliamentary procedure. 

(h.) Other Officers - The Association may establish other offices as needed to 
carry out the goals and mission of the Association. 

Bylaw 4 - Director of Missions 

(a.) Employment - The Director of Missions shall serve at the pleasure of the 
Association. The Director of Missions shall be selected by the Board of Directors 
and may be dismissed by the Board. The officers of the Association shall evalu- 
ate the Director of Missions annually. 

(b.) Duties - The mission program of the Association is under the guidance of 
the Director of Missions. The Director of Missions is to lead the Association in 
meeting the needs of the churches in carrying out the commission of Christ. The 
Director of Missions shall work in close consultation and collaboration with pas- 
tors, staff members, and elected leaders of the Association. The Director of 
Missions shall have further duties as may be adopted and set forth in the policy 
and procedure manual of the Association. 

Bylaw 5 - Membership in the Association 

(a.) Authority - The Association shall be the sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches into its fellowship, reject application for membership, or 
withdraw membership status. 

(b.) Requirements - For a body to be considered for membership in the 
Association, it must (1) be a church applying from a sister association, coming in 
good standing; or (2) a duly constituted church formerly sponsored as a mission 
by a current member church for at least one year; or (3) a mission under the spon- 
sorship of the Association; or (4) an established church desiring affiliation, giving 
satisfactory evidence of belief in Baptist faith and practice. 

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(c.) Oversight - The Mission Performance Committee shall oversee the 
watchcare of any petitioning church and shall review all applications for member- 
ship and prepare a recommendation for submission to the Association. 

(d.) Withdrawal of Membership - Any church may withdraw from the 
Association by giving notice of its desire to do so as expressed by the congrega- 
tion of the church. The Association may withdraw the membership of any church 
that is not cooperating with the Association, upon an Affirmative vote of two-thirds 
of those messengers present at the time of any such vote. Prior to any vote for 
the Association to withdraw membership from a church, efforts must be made to 
bring the church back into cooperation with the Association. Any Church that 
withdraws from the Association or from which membership is withdrawn may not 
apply for membership for one year. 

(e.) Relationships - In no instance shall the Association presume to direct or 
control any member church with reference to its own government or internal pol- 
icy. The Association shall be ready and willing at all times to counsel advise, or 
assist any church member when so requested. 

Bylaw 6 - Personnel 

(a.) Staff - The Association may employ staff as needed to carry out the mis- 
sion of the Association. 

(b.) Supervision - Unless otherwise specified in the policy and procedure 
manual, the Director of Missions shall supervise all staff members. 

Bylaw 7 - Financial Policy 

(a.) Budget - The Association and its ministries and organization shall operate 
on a unified budget. Each member church should contribute its proportionate 
share of the Association budget, based on its membership and ability. Funds shall 
defray the expenses of the promotional, education, and missionary activities of 
the Association. Churches are encouraged to contribute on a monthly basis. 

(b.) New Programs - No program shall be inaugurated which might involve the 
Association directly or indirectly without prior approval of the Association. 

(c.) Solicitation - No solicitation of funds for any program or ministries shall 
be made to member churches or auxiliaries of any member church by any depart- 
ment or committee without prior approval of the Association. 

(d.) Board of Directors - The Board of Directors shall retain all those powers 
relating to financing allowed under the North Carolina Non-Profit Corporation Act, 
except those otherwise prohibited by these Bylaws or the Constitution of the 
Association. 

Bylaw 8 - The Mission Performance Group 

The Mission Performance Group (MPG) shall be composed of the associa- 
tional directors of the various church program organizations that may be used by 
the Association. The principle function of the Mission Performance Committee 
shall be to oversee the mission work of the various groups within the Association. 
The MPG shall be responsible for evaluating and bringing information and rec- 
ommendations to the Board of Directors on issues of interest to Association. 



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Bylaw 9 - Church Programs Organizations 

The Church Programs Organizations shall include the following: 

(a.) Pastoral Ministries - The Pastoral Ministries director helps the 
Association and churches carry out pastoral ministries. 

(b.) Sunday School (ACTeam) - The Sunday School Director plans, con- 
ducts, and evaluates Sunday School work in the Association. 

(c.) Discipleship Training - After appraising and evaluating discipleship-mak- 
ing needs within the Association, the Discipleship Training Director shall develop 
and implement appropriate training. 

(d.) Music - The Music Director leads churches to plan, conduct, enlarge, and 
improve their music program. The Music Director shall provide appropriate music 
at Association meetings. 

(e.) Brotherhood - The Brotherhood Director shall plan, evaluate, and con- 
duct Brotherhood activities within the Association. 

(f.) WMU - The WMU Director shall plan, evaluate, and conduct WMU activi- 
ties within the Association. 

(g.) Evangelism - The Evangelism Director enlists, trains, and motivates 
churches to engage in evangelism. 

(h.) Stewardship - The Stewardship Director promotes the principles and 
practice of Christian stewardship within the Association. 

(i.) Missions Development - The Missions Development Director shall con- 
tinuously explore methods to further the Great Commission through the 
Association; and shall evaluate all mission programs and implement training 
needed to improve or expand mission programs. 

(j.) Media/Library/Ministry - The Media/Library/Ministry Director promotes, 
enlists, and develops media/library work in the Association. 

(k.) Recreation - The Recreation Director evaluates and develops recreation- 
al programs within the Association with the goal of developing opportunities to 
enhance the fellowship of believers and reach the unsaved and the unchurched. 

(I.) Christian Life/Public Affairs - The Christian Life/Public Affairs Director 
provides educational information concerning critical moral and ethical issues of 
the day, and leads the Association to respond in appropriate ways. 

(m.) Coastal Baptist Study Center - The Coastal Baptist Study Center 
Director oversees the work of the center, provides information to Association 
members regarding the center, and develops expansion of its programs. 

(n.) Youth Programs - The Youth Program Director evaluates programs with- 
in the Association for youth and helps implement appropriate programs within the 
Association and its member churches. 

Bylaw 10 - Standing Committees and Special Committees 

Standing committees are committees that have a continuing function in the 
total administration process of the Association. The Association may appoint non- 
standing special committees as needed to fulfill the mission of the Association. 
Committees that shall be considered a Standing Committee are: 

(a.) Nominating Committee - The task of this committee is to nominate per- 
sons to serve in the offices of the Association, as Directors of church program 
organizations, and as committee members on the Association committees. These 
nominations shall be presented at the Annual Meeting. Recommendations from 
the Committee do not preclude nominations from the floor. This committee shall 

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also fill vacancies occurring between annual sessions, subject to subsequent 
approval by the Board of Directors. 

(b.) Order of Business Committee - The Moderator/President, Secretary/ 
Clerk, Music Director, and Director of Missions shall be members of this Commit- 
tee, in addition to any others named. This committee shall work with staff to pre- 
pare the printed programs for the annual meeting, secure a time and place for the 
annual meeting. 

(c.) Resolutions - The Resolutions Committee shall prepare resolutions need- 
ed to conduct the business of the Association. All resolutions presented to the 
Association at the Annual Meeting or any called meeting, shail be delivered in 
writing to the Resolutions Committee at least 10 days prior to the meeting at 
which it is to be considered. The Parliamentarian shall serve as an ex officio 
member of this committee. 

(d.) Finance - The task of the committee is to (a) study the financial needs of 
the Association; (b) solicit budgetary input from all associational programs, com- 
mittees, and ministries; (c) prepare and present an annual budget for adoption; 
and (d) work with the Stewardship Director in securing cooperation of the church- 
es in meeting the budget. 

(e.) Constitution and Bylaws - This committee shall study for recommenda- 
tion to the Association any proposed changes to the Constitution, bylaws, or pol- 
icy manual. 

(f.) Personnel - The role of the personnel committee is to make recommen- 
dations to the Association concerning staff employment, job descriptions, terms of 
employment, and related considerations. This committee shall also be responsi- 
ble for development of any personnel manual needed. It shall also oversee the 
annual evaluation of all employees and make annual recommendations to the 
Finance Committee regarding staff salaries. 

(g.) Building and Grounds - This committee shall periodically inspect all 
associational property. It shall make recommendations, as needed, concerning 
maintenance, modifications, policies, furnishings, insurance, and grounds care. 

Bylaw 11 - Committee Membership 

(a.) Membership - A person shall not serve on more than two standing com- 
mittees of the Association. A committee member who is unable to serve should 
notify the Association so that a replacement member may be named. 

(b.) Term of Office - Committee members srrall serve for one year or until a 
replacement is named. Nothing restricts the number of special committees upon 
which a person may serve. A committee member may serve unlimited consecu- 
tive terms. 

Bylaw 12 - Amendments 

(a.) These Bylaws may be amended at any meeting of the Association at which 
a quorum is present, if (1) notice of the proposed alteration or amendment is con- 
tained in the notice of such meeting and (2) the proposed amendment has been 
reviewed by the Constitution and Bylaws committee. The Committee should 
make a recommendation as to each proposed amendment. 



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Bylaw 13 - Miscellaneous 

(a.) Rules of Order - The parliamentary authority of the Association shall be 
Robert's Rules of Order (the latest edition). 

These bylaws being adopted on October 23, 1999, during the second day session 
of the Brunswick Baptist Association. 

(Moderator) 

(Clerk) 



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LIVES 




Psalm 107 

give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy 
endureth for ever. 

2 Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom he hath 
redeemed from the hand of the enemy; 

3 And gathered them out of the lands, from the east, and 
from the west, from the north, and from the south. 

4 They wandered in the wilderness in a solitary way; they 
found no city to dwell in. 

5 Hungry and thirsty, their soul fainted in them. 

6 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
delivered them out of their distresses. 

7 And he led them forth by the right way, that they might 
go to a city of habitation. 

8 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and 
for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

9 For he satisfieth the longing soul, and filleth the hungry 
soul with goodness. 

10 Such as sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, 
being bound in affliction and iron; 

1 1 Because they rebelled against the words of God, and 
contemned the counsel of the most High: 

12 Therefore he brought down their heart with labour; 
they fell down, and there was none to help. 

13 Then they cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
saved them out of their distresses. 

14 He brought them out of darkness and the shadow of 
death, and brake their bands in sunder. 

1 5 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

16 For he hath broken the gates of brass, and cut the bars 
of iron in sunder. 

17 Fools because of their transgression, and because of 
their iniquities, are afflicted. 

1 8 Their soul abhorreth all manner of meat; and they draw 
near unto the gates of death. 

19 Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
saveth them out of their distresses. 

20 He sent his word, and healed them, and delivered them 
from their destructions. 

21 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

22 And let them sacrifice the sacrifices of thanksgiving, 



and declare his works with rejoicing. 

23 They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business 
in great waters; 

24 These see the works of the Lord, and his wonders in the 
deep. 

25 For he commandeth, and raiseth the stormy wind, 
which lifteth up the waves thereof. 

26 They mount up to the heaven, they go down again to the 
depths: their soul is melted because of trouble. 

27 They reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, 
and are at their wits end. 

28 Then they cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and he 
bringeth them out of their distresses. 

29 He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof 
are still. 

30 Then are they glad because they be quiet; so he 
bringeth them unto their desired haven. 

31 Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, 
and for his wonderful works to the children of men! 

32 Let them exalt him also in the congregation of the peo- 
ple, and praise him in the assembly of the elders. 

33 He turneth rivers into a wilderness, and the water- 
springs into dry ground; 

34 A fruitful land into barrenness, for the wickedness of 
them that dwell therein. 

35 He turneth the wilderness into a standing water, and 
dry ground into watersprings. 

36 And there he maketh the hungry to dwell, that they may 
prepare a city for habitation; 

37 And sow the fields, and plant vineyards, which may 
yield fruits of increase. 

38 He blesseth them also, so that they are multiplied great- 
ly; and suffereth not their cattle to decrease. 

39 Again, they are minished and brought low through 
oppression, affliction, and sorrow. 

40 He poureth contempt upon princes, and causeth them 
to wander in the wilderness, where there is no way. 

41 Yet setteth he the poor on high from affliction, and 
maketh him families like a flock. 

42 The righteous shall see it, and rejoice: and all iniquity 
shall stop her mouth. 

43 Whoso is wise, and will observe these things, even they 
shall understand the loving-kindness of the Lord. 



Brunswick Baptist Association 
North Carolina 



Brunswick Baptist 
Association 

One Hundred and Fourth 
Annual Session 




Held with 

ELAH BAPTIST CHURCH IN LELAND, NC 

Friday, October 25, 2002 



Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

Vice Moderator Marion Warren 

Clerk Arlene Hallman 

Associate Clerk Vickie Edge 

Treasurer Ruth Galloway 

Parliamentarian 

Director of Missions Sam Murphy 



Next Annual Meeting Will Be Held With 

MT. PISGAH BAPTIST CHURCH 
Friday, October 24, 2003 



Table of Contents 



Title Page i 

Table of Contents ii 

History of Host Church iv 

Associational Directory 1 

Associational Officers and Addresses 1 

Associational Organization Officers and Committees 2 

CHURCH DIRECTORY: 

Senior Pastors 7 

Associate Pastors 8 

Chairman of Deacons 8 

Sunday School Directors 10 

Woman's Missionary Union Directors 11 

Men/Boys Msn Edu Dir (Bro Dir) 13 

Clerks 13 

Treasurers 15 

Music Directors 17 

Organist 18 

Pianists 19 

Librarians 21 

Ministers of Youth 22 

Ministers of Recreation 23 

Ministers of Education 24 

Ministers of Preschool 24 

Ministers of Children 24 

Prayer Minister Coordinators 25 

Stewardship Chairmen 25 

Secretaries 26 

Representatives on Associational Board 28 

Ordained Ministers 31 

Messengers to Association ...32 

Historical Events 36 

In Memoriam 38 

Proceedings of One Hundred Third Annual Meeting 40 

REPORTS (Association): 

Director of Missions 43 

Associational Clerk 46 

Executive Board Meeting 48 

Budget 54 

2001 -2002 Yearly Financial Report 56 

Contribution from Churches 60 

Audit Committee 61 

Pastoral Ministries 61 

Media/Library 62 

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History Committee 62 

WMU 63 

Resolutions Committee 65 

Youth 64 

Sunday School 65 

Evangelism 65 

REPORTS: 

Biblical Recorder 67 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 65 

Baptist Retirement Homes of NC 66 

Christian Action League 68 

Council on Christian Higher Education 70 

NC Baptist Foundation 73 

NC Baptist Hospitals 74 

Historical Table 76 

Statistical Charts 81 

Map of Brunswick Baptist Association Center of Book 

Bylaws 98 



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History of Elah Baptist Church, Leland, North Carolina 



On February 4, 1882 a deed was recorded in Southport for the Myrtle Branch 
Missionary Baptist Church. The building for the church was also used for a "free school" 
about two months each year until 1902. 

In 1903 the church building was relocated to the present site and renamed Elah 
Missionary Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. A. Judd Freeman, who was serving at the old 
location continued to serve at the new location. 

In 1952 the church voted to cooperate with Goshen Missionary Baptist Church so that 
a full-time pastor could be placed on the field to serve both churches. 

In 1953 the church started a building fund and twenty-five members pledged to tithe 
their incomes. 

In 1957, stepping out in faith, the church called their first full-time pastor, Rev. W. T 
Lundy from Hartsviile, S.C. 



On April 27, 1958 a new sanctuary was dedicated. They continued to use the old 
church for classrooms. However in 1974 the present educational building was completed 
and dedicated for service. 

The church has experienced God's Blessings and leadership. There are at present 
245 resident members. A new building program to provide a multi-purpose fellowship hall. 
It is being designed to provide fellowship and classroom space; but to serve as a shelter 
in the time of crisis. 

Our services are marked by a wonderful spirit of worship and thanksgiving for God's 
leadership down through the years. 






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Associational Leaders 

ACP Contact Person Mrs. Arlene J. Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, 

Shallotte, NC 28459; (910) 754-7416 

Brotherhood Director Mr. John Ross, 3619 Lewis Loop Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422; (910) 253-5588 

Clerk Mrs. Arlene J. Hallman, P.O. Box 3369, Shallotte, NC 28459; 

(910)754-7416 

Associate Clerk Mrs. Vickie Edge, 6242 Rock Creek Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 

(910)253-6853 

Discipleship Training Director .....Rev. Troy W. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479; (910) 252-1450 

Moderator Dr. Wayne Adkisson, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461; 

(910)842-7693 

Vice Moderator Mr. Marion Warren, 3605 Exum Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 

(910) 287-3221 

Music Ministry Director Rev. Rick Carter, 133 High Point St., 

Holden Beach, NC 28462; (910) 842-5509 

Pastoral Ministries Director Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon Dr., Supply, NC 

28462; (910) 846-1677 

Secretary Ms. Patricia Lewis, 99 Carney's Branch Trail, SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; (910) 253-3593 

Stewardship Director Mr. Purnell Swett, 158 North Shore Dr., BSL, Southport, 

NC 28461; (910) 845-0637 

Treasurer Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

(910)754-6390 

Director Assn. Missions Rev. Sam Murphy, 1112 Wayland Ct., Leland, NC 

28451; (910) 383-6343 

History Committee Chair Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., 

Supply, NC 28462; (910) 754-8445 

Media Library Director Mrs. Margaret Clemmons, 117 Danford Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422; (910) 253-6849 

Nominating Committee Chair Bill Smith, P.O. Box 749, Supply, NC 

28462; (910) 842-7130 

Recreation Director Mr. Johnny Craig, Jr., 4738 Ibis Cir., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

(910)842-8505 

SS Directors Rev. Avery Lumsden, 197 Boiling Spring Rd., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461; (910) 845-2313 
Strategy Committee Chair. ..Dr. Wayne Adkisson, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 

28461; (910) 842-7693 

Women on Missions Ms. Ann Price, P.O. Box 10523, Southport, NC 28461; 

(910)457-6972 



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2002-2003 Officers and Committee Recommendations 

BRUNSWICK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

I. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 

A. OFFICERS 

1. Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

2. Vice Moderator Marion Warren 

3. Clerk Arlene Hallman 

4. Associate Clerk Vickie Edge 

5. Treasurer Ruth Galloway 

6. Parliamentarian 

7. Associational Pianist - Pianist in Host Church 

B. COMMITTEES 

1 . Administrative 

1) Director of Missions - Chief Administrator 

2) Moderator 

3) Vice Moderator 

4) Missions Performance Chairman 

5) Chairman of Trustees 

2. Annual Meeting Order of Business 

1) Moderator/President 

2) Secretary/Clerk 

3) Music Director 

4) Director of Missions 

3. Auditing 

1) Donna Link 

2) Chris Raines 

3) Elizabeth Williams 

4. Area Communications Contact Persons 

a. Chairperson Patricia Lewis 

1) Area #1 Contact Person Carrie Langley 

Churches 

Goshen Elah Community Chapel 

Farmer's Chapel Woodburn First 

2) Area #2 Contact Person Margaret Clemmons 

Churches 

Town Creek Bolivia Peace Memorial 

Mount Olive Boiling Sp. Lks. First Faith 

Mill Creek Lebanon 

3) Area #3 Contact Person Doreen Outlaw 

Churches 

Antioch Supply Calvary 

Jennies Branch Prospect Shallotte First 

Old Shallotte Grace 

4) Area #4 Contact Person Marilyn Swain 

Churches 

Gospel Center Oak Grove Boones Neck 

Bonaparte Trinity Crossroads 

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5) Area #5 Contact Person Jennifer Inman 

Churches 

Longwood New Life Beulah 

Friendship Soldier Bay Zion 

6) Area #6 Contact Person Barbara Knotts 

Churches 

Southport Beach Road Bethel 

Oak Island Shoreline 

7) Area #7 Contact Person Toy Johnson 

Churches 

Sunset Harbor First Mount Pisgah Shell Point 

Sabbath Home Brunswick Islands New Ebenezer 

5. Credentials 

1) Lib Sellers 

2) Dinia Woodard 

3) Donald Hardwick 

6. Finance 

1) Alan Bellamy 

2) Don Evans 

3) Helen Lewis 

4) Bobby Davis 

5) Doug Hawes 

6) Ruth Galloway (ex officio) 

7. History 

1) Vera Bowling 

2) John Butler 

3) Gwen Causey 

8. Nominating 

1) John Butler 

2) Ouida Hewett 

3) Bill Smith 

4) Charlie Smith 

9. Properties 

1) Phillip Stout 

2) Anita Kozelouzek 

3) Patricia Lewis 

4) Doug Ward 

10. Resolutions 

1) Marilyn Swain 

2) Janice Singletary 

11. Strategy Planning 

1) Moderator Wayne Adkisson 

2) Vice Moderator Marion Warren 

3) Stewardship Director Purnell Swett 

4) Finance Chairman 

5) Sunday School Director Avery Lumsden 

6) Discipleship Training Director Troy Knight 

7) Pastoral Ministries Director David Stratton 

8) WMU Director Ann Price 

9) Brotherhood Director John Ross 

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12. 


Ordination 




1) Charlie Carter 




2) Anthony Clemmons 




3) Marvin Gold 




4) Mark Owens 




5) Debby Simmons 


13. 


Constitution 




1) Earl Bellamy 




2) Rex Gore 




3) V.C. Potter, Jr. 




4) A.V. Sellers 


14. 


Vision Committee 




1) Verma Hardee 




2) Charles Inman 




3) Jay Houston 




4) Purnell Swett 




5) Greg White 


15. 


Personnel Committee 




1) Toy Johnson 




2) David Stratton 




3) Margie Dozier-Tomei 




4) Marion Warren 




5) Houston Williams 


16. 


Pastors' Conference 




1) President - Doug Worley 




2) Vice President - Richard Hicks 




3) Secretary - Rory Thigpen 




4) Treasurer -Albert Young 




5) Program Coordinator -Kenneth Benton 


17. 


Hispanic Ministries 




1) Gilbert Costello 




2) Juan Cohen 




3) Lucy Lumsden 



MISSIONS PERFORMANCE GROUP 

A. Pastoral Ministries David Stratton 

B. Sunday School (ACTeam) Avery Lumsden 

C. Discipleship Training Troy Knight 

D. Music Rick Carter 

E. Brotherhood John Ross 

F. WMU Ann Price 

G. Evangelism Kenneth Benton 

H. Stewardship Purnell Swett 

I. Missions Development 

J. Media/Library Margaret Clemmons 

K. Recreation Johnny Craig 

L. Christian Life/Public Affairs Shirley Babson 

M. Coastal Baptist Study Center 

N. Youth Consultant John Rogers 



CHURCH PROGRAMS ORGANIZATIONS 

A. PASTORAL MINISTRIES 

1. Director David Stratton 

2. Pastors' Conference President 

3. Deacons' Representative Alan Shirley 

B. SUNDAY SCHOOL 

1 . ACTeam/Di rector Avery Lumsden 

2. Teacher/Improvement Training Jim Hartman 

3. VBS Director Anita White 

4. Preschool Director Chris Willetts 

5. Children's Director Shelly Fullwood 

6. Youth Director Jean Kivette 

7. Adult Director Lucy Lumsden 

8. Backyard Bible Club Director Monica Varnam 

Cindy Galloway 

C. DISCIPLESHIP TRAINING 

1. Director Troy Knight 

D. MUSIC MINISTRY COUNCIL 

1. Director Rick Carter 

E. BROTHERHOOD 

1. Director John Ross 

2. Baptist Men's President 

3. R.A. Director 

4. Associate RA Director 

5. Disaster Recovery Coordinator 

F. WMU 

1. Director Ann Price 

2. Area Communicators Toy Johnson 

Vera Bowling 

Marilyn Swain 

Laraine Muncy 

3. Secretary/Treasurer 

4. Historian Emeritus Susie Carson 

5. Women on Mission Consultant Ouida Hewett 

6. WOM Assistant Linda McDonald 

7. Acteens Consultant 

8. GA Consultant Carla Shipman 

9. Mission Friends Consultant Wendy Campbell 

G. EVANGELISM 

1. Director Kenneth Benton 

2. Vice Chairman Richard Hicks 

3. Prayer Chairman.. Doug Worley 

H. STEWARDSHIP 

1. Director Purnell Swett 

I. MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 

1. Director Ardith Shaw 

2. Survey/People Search/Promotional Director 

3. WMU Representative Ann Price 

4. Brotherhood Representative John Ross 



5. Student Union Ministry 

6. Sunday School Representative Avery Lumsden 

7. Church Extension Director 

8. Church & Race Relations Director Ronnie McCray 

9. Leisure Ministries Director Tabitha Knight 

10. Human Needs Ministries Director Tom Sherman 

11. Chaplaincy Director Rick Moore 

12. Hispanic Ministries Director Lucy Lumsden 

Juan Cohen 
Gilbert Costello 
J. MEDIA/LIBRARY 

1. Director Margaret Clemmons 

2. Associate Director 

3. Secretary/Treasurer Peggy Owens 

K. RECREATION 

1. Director Johnny Craig, Jr. 

2. Associate Directors Charlie Carter 

L CHRISTIAN LIFE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS COUNCIL 

1. Council Ouida Hewett 

2. Council Shirley Babson 

M. COASTAL BAPTIST STUDY CENTER 

1 . Director 
N. YOUTH COUNCIL 

1. Youth Consultant John Rogers 

2. Council Members: 

Hope Shadding Cindy Milliken Cathy Varnam Jean Kivette 

IV. ASSOCIATIONAL COUNCIL 

A. Vice-Moderator, Chairman 

B. Mission Performance Group Directors 




Senior Pastors 

(All area codes are 910 unless otherwise noted) 

Antioch Rev. Tim Spencer, P.O. Box 267, Bolivia, NC 28422-0267; 

253-5332 

Beach Road Rev. Ray Webb, 226 NE 38th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5633; 

457-0300 

Bethel Rev. William Rice, 1628 N. Howe St., Southport, NC 28461-8904; 

457-6126 

Beulah Rev. Michael Blevins, 1070Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2229; 287-6707 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Rev. Troy W. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5389; 252-1450 

Bonaparte Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply NC 28462-5472; 

842-5489 

Boones Neck Rev. Richard Bradley, 2119 Smithtown Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7631; 253-9169 

Brunswick Islands Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon St., SW, Supply NC 

28462-5416; 842-8969 

Crossroads Rev. Jackie Spillers, 453 Albany St., Bolivia, NC 28422-8151; 

892-2990 

Elah Rev. Donald Hardwick, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8367; 371-2315 

Farmers Chapel Rev. Glenn Jackson, P.O. Box 280, Delco, NC 28436; 

655-9082 

Friendship Rev. Jesse Stephens, 4006 Thomas Rd., Little River, SC 

29566; (843) 399-3050 

Goshen Dr. Barbara Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct. SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558 

371-0994 

Gospel Center Rev. Doug Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2751; 842-7153 

Grace Rev. Brent Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Jennies Branch Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-56533; 754-6533 

Lebanon Rev. Jessie (Jack) Land, P.O. Box 229, Winnabow, NC 28479-0229 

Longwood Rev. Kenny Todd, 7221 Hwy. 90, Longs, SC 29568-6227; 

(843) 399-391 1 

Mill Creek Rev. Mark Rogers, 1096 Mill Creek Rd SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8548 

253-5275 

Mt. Olive Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 

Mt. Pisgah Rev. Richard G. Hicks, P.O. Box 1058, Supply, NC 28462-1058 

New Ebenezer Missionary Rev. Ronnie L. McCray, Jr., 479 McMilly Rd., 

Shallotte, NC 28470-1803; 755-7007 

New Life Rev. Clayton Rivenbark, 410 Harris Swamp Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8602; 253-4971 

Oak Grove Rev. Albert Young, 1350 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3146;842-9212 

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Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

Peace Memorial Rev. David Woodley, P.O. Box 973, Myrtle Beach, SC 

29578-0973; (843) 903-0369 

Sabbath Home Rev. Rory J.Thigpen, 990 Sabbath Home Rd SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5354 

Shallotte First Dr. Randy Gruber, 9201 Bonaparte Dr., SW, Calabash NC 

28467-3008; 579-3017 

Shell Point Rev. Tommy Inman, P.O. Box 703, Shallotte NC 28459-0703; 

754-9632 

Shoreline Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 East Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-6114; 278-9774 

Soldier Bay Rev. Charlie Smith, P.O. Box 10, Ash, NC 28420-0010; 287-3425 

Southport Dr. L.Wayne Adkisson, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First Rev. Greg Packer, P.O. Box 1245, Bladenboro, NC 

28320-1245;863-4563 

Supply Rev. William (Bill) H. McNeill, P.O. Box 15, Supply, NC 28462-0015; 

754-4444 

Town Creek Missionary Rev. Vic C. Potter, Jr., 832 Green Hill Rd. NE, 

Leland, NC 28451 -8624; 253-5683 

Associate Pastors 

Boiling Springs Lakes First Rev. Robert McClain 

Brunswick Islands Dr. Marvin Gold 

Gospel Center Rev. Weston Varnam 

Southport Rev. Jeff Johnson 

Deacon Chairmen 

Antioch Mr. Jimmy Daniel, 1245 Green Lewis Rd SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8031 

253-6538 

Beach Road Mr. Ray Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd., Southport, NC 28461; 

253-6086 

Bethel Mr. Tony Gaw, P.O. Box 12541, Boiling Spring Lakes, NC 28461; 

845-2685 

Beulah Mr. Eddie Bennett, 670 Hickman Rd., NW, Calabash, NC 28467-2154; 

287-3955 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Dr. Howard Johnson, 1047 Presidents Rd: Bsl, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-3405 

Bolivia Mr. Stan Knowles, 4352 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422-8636; 

253-5534 

Bonaparte Mr. Russell B. Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 

Boones Neck Mr. W. Earl Bellamy, Jr., 3475 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply NC 

28462-6103; 842-6455 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Dallas Pruitt, 2909 James St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5431; 842-3045 

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Calvary Mr. Virgil Batten, 2541 John Ave. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-7693 

Community Chape! Mr. Gordon Powell, 1378 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, NC 

28451-9528;371-2001 

Elah Mr. John Cook, 1428 Bluff Dr. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8304; 371-3062 

Faith Mr. H.D. Willetts, 215 Danford Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8509; 253-6561 

Farmers Chapel Mr. Larry Skipper, 3200 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8661; 655-2572 

Friendship Mr. Bryan R. Smith, Sr., 7520 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 

28452-9705; 287-3315 

Goshen Mr. Wade Stevens, 4630 Sawmill Rd., Leland, NC 

28451 ; 655-3771 

Gospel Center Mr. Eddie Galloway, 2886 Harris St. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2734; 842-2457 

Grace Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash NC 28420-3000; 

287-3973 

Jennies Branch Mr. James P. Russ, 5574 Bertha Ct. SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6121; 754-5907 

Lebanon Mr. Charlie Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-8097 

Longwood Mr. Horace Smith, P.O. Box 96, Longwood, NC 28452-0096; 

287-3313 

Mill Creek Mr. Ronnie Drew, 6055 Funston Rd SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479; 253-6158 

Mount Olive Mr. William A. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd. NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8720; 253-6313 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Mark Saunders, P.O. Box 281 1 , Shallotte, NC 

28459; 842-4923 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mr. Howard Robinson, 2024 Midway Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-8016 

New Life Mr. Joey Pruitt, 4791 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4221; 

287-6469 

Oak Grove Mr. J. Richard Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-4454; 

754-6492 

Oak Island First Mr. Tom Vining, 105 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5438; 

278-6216 

Old Shallotte Mr. Bobby Long, P.O. Box 1117, Shallotte, NC 

28459-1117;579-6000 

Peace Memorial Mr. Johnnie Cavenaugh, 4330 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 

28422; 253-6329 

Prospect Mr. Lynn Gause, P.O. Box 12, Shallotte, NC 28459-0012; 754-8527 

Sabbath Home Mr. James Caison, 3052 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5708; 842-2659 

Shallotte First Mr. Gary Galloway, 2756 Wisteria Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6051; 842-2756 

Shell Point Mr. Harold Robinson, 920 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3338; 842-6351 

Shoreline Mr. Ken Green, 106 NE 43rd St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5453; 

278-3684 



Soldier Bay Mr. Vardell Hughes, 7027 Hughes-Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3015; 287-3757 

Southport.. Mr. Bonner Stiller, 4908 E. Yacht Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465; 278-5379 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Clarence Wooten, 2055 Zion Hill Rd SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-4234 

Supply Mr. Allen Russ, 1210 Crossroads Trl SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7642; 

754-6633 

Town Creek Missionary Mr. Joe Best, 839 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7371; 253-5613 

Woodburn First.. Mr. Marion Strickland, 176 Brunswick PI., Leland, NC 

28451; 371-3634 
Zion Mr. Dewayne McCumbee, P.O. Box 82, Ash, NC 28420-0082; 754-2257 

Sunday School Directors 

Antioch Mr. D.L. Mooney, 1173 Royal Oak Rd. NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-5458 

Beach Road Mr. John Winders, 5931 Village Dr., Southport, NC 28461; 

457-5936 

Bethel Mrs. Sue Mosley, St. James Plantation, Southport, NC 28461 

Beulah Mr. Randy Hardee, 131 Desert Storm Dr. SW, Sunset Beach, NC 

28468; 287-6407 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. John Ward, 446 Thrasher Ct., Wilminton, NC 

28403; 392-4632, 
Bolivia.. ..Mr. Mozelle Craft, 57 Corbett St. NE., Bolivia, NC 28422-8647; 253-6680 

Bonaparte Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 

Boones Neck Mr. Danny L. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 
Brunswick Islands Mr. Hubert Davis, 2312 Russ St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-4173; 842-4291 

Calvary Mr. Eugene Perritt, 4690 Pigott Rd. SW, Shallotte, NC 28470-5310; 

755-5329 
Community Chapel Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dale's Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7945;371-2380 

Elah Mrs. Teresa Benton, 9145 Sue Cir., Leland, NC 28451; 371-0162 

Faith Mrs. Ruby S. Casanova; 2179 Cherrytree Rd. NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 
Farmers Chapel Mr. Larry Skipper, 3200 Maco Rd. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8661;655-2572 
Friendship Mr. Bryan R. Smith, Jr., 7505 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 

28452-9710;287-3180 
Goshen Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9070:655-2658 

Gospel Center Mr. Lewis (Dusty) E. Varnam, 3325 Stone Chimney Rd., 

Supply, NC 28462; 842-2281 
Grace Mr. Howard E. Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583;287-6712 

Jennies Branch Mr. Leamon Clemmons, 3773 Marsh Hen Dr., SW, Shallotte, 

NC 28470-4630; 754-7628 

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Lebanon Mr. Charlie Hewett, 1292 George I! Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-8097 

Longwood Mr. Malcom Long, P.O. Box 159, Longwood, NC 28452; 287-6360 

Mill Creek Mrs. Ruth Gore, 1158 Lords Branch Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5610; 253-6240 

Mount Olive Mr. Richard Jones, 655 Stone Chimney Rd. SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 842-2578 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Lloyd G.Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5190; 842-8398 

New Life Mr. Joey Pruitt, 4791 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4221; 

287-6469 

Oak Grove Mr. Wayne Gore, P.O. Box 2823, Shallotte, NC 28459-2823; 

754-4466 

Oak Island First Mr. Kenneth Palmeter, 115 NE 43rd St., Oak Island NC 

28465-5454; 278-6329 

Old Shallotte Mr. Malcolm Grissett, 361 Longwood Rd., NW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-3607; 579-6599 

Peace Memorial Mr. Larry Kuhn, 3715 Old Maco Rd., Leland, NC 

28451 ; 655-6058 

Prospect Mrs. Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd. NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 

Sabbath Home Mr. James Caison, 3052 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5708; 842-2659 

Shallotte First Mrs. Dean Carroll, P.O. Box 279, Shallotte NC 28459-0279; 

754-5514 

Shell Point Mr. Bradley Bowers, 533 Village Rd. SW, Shallotte, NC 28470; 

754-3602 

Shoreline Mrs. Elaine Hemphill, 123 SE 48th St., Oak Island, NC 28465; 

278-5636 

Soldier Bay Mr. Terry Milligen, 6989 Hughes Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3017; 287-6503 

Southport Mr. Arnie Hegler, 4978 Jericho Rd., Southport, NC 28461-8925; 

457-5831 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Clarence Wooten, 2055 Zion Hill Rd., Bolivia NC 

28422; 842-4234 

Supply Mr. James W. Clemmons, 1124 Southport Supply Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7672; 754-6978 

Town Creek Missionary Mr. Tommy Batten, 639 Green Hill Rd., Leland, NC 

28451 

Woodburn First Mr. Steve McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451-8484; 

371 -3707 
Zion Mr. Dewayne McCumbee, P.O. Box 82, Ash, NC 28420-0082; 754-2257 

WMU Directors 

Antioch Mrs. Sarah Lewis, 2936 Ripley Dr., Bolivia, NC 28422-7954; 253-5639 

Beach Road Mrs. Frances Medlin, 209 McGlamery St., Oak Island, NC 

28465; 278-1739 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Ms. Debby Willetts, 1419 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479; 233-5856 

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Bolivia Mrs. Sandy Rogers, 1096 Mill Creek Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-4074 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Rhonda Hewett, 1514 Sykes St. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2998; 842-4356 

Calvary Mrs. Betty Ward, P.O. Box 229, Shallotte, NC 28459 

Elah Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8368; 371-2834 

Faith Mrs. Ruby Casanova, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 

Friendship Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3315 

Goshen Mrs. Betsy Summerville, 2401 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8947;655-3403 

Gospel Center Mrs. Eva K. Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply NC 

28462-2751;842-7153 

Grace Mrs. Marlene Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Ellen Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6343; 754-6501 
Mill Creek ...Mrs. Sandra Johnson, P.O. Box 33, Bolivia, NC 28422-0033; 253-6543 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Linda B. McDonald, 917 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, 

Supply, NC 28462-581 1 ; 842-6693 

Oak Island First Mrs. Debbie Adams, 90 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412:278-5085 

Sabbath Home Ina B. Atkinson, 1229 Talman St., Supply, NC 

28462:842-8112 

Shallotte First Mrs. Sheila Smith, 2618 Sanders Forest Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470-5979; 754-8677 

Shell Point Mrs. Margaret Carpenter, 3153 Shell Point Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470-5740; 754-8677 

Shoreline Mrs.Terri Borgardts, 141 NE 14th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-6414; 

278-9576 

Soldier Bay Ms. Hilda Smith, 3148 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 

287-3704 

Southport Mrs. Pam Hicks, 2004 Robert Ruark Dr., Southport, NC 

28461-2652; 457-4767 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Lois Alexander, 1870 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-3254 

Supply Mrs. Pam Johnson, P.O. Box 13, Supply, NC 28462-0013; 754-3199 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Edie Walls, 887 Batten Rd., Southport, 

NC 28461-9743; 845-3384 

Woodburn First Ms. Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 

Brotherhood Directors 

Antioch Mr. John Ross, 3619 Lewis Loop Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422 

Beach Road Mr. Mel Cornillaud, 2821 Irwin Dr., SE, Southport, NC 

28461-8469;253-9379 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Gary Jones, 1685 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5383; 253-4552 

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Bolivia ...Mr. Tim Albright, 517 Halfway Ct., Winnabow, NC 28479-5604; 253-4212 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Ronnie Tew, 318 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6310; 846-3137 

Calvary Mr. Wade Conner, 9115 E. Calabash SW, Calabash, NC 

28467;579-7437 

Elah Mr. Ralph Roberts, 8958 Dale St., Leland, NC 28451; 371-2677 

Goshen ....Mr. David Price, 129 Dogwood Cir., Leland, NC 28451-9777; 655-2365 

Gospel Center Rev. Gary Boling, 2472 Ocean Station Rd., Supply, NC 

28462- 842-5647 

Grace Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 

287-3973 

Jennies Branch Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6360; 754-6533 

Mill Creek Rev. Mark Rogers, 1096 Mill Creek Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8548; 253-5275 

Mount Pisgah Mr. John R.Ward, 2210 Forest Dr., SW, Supply NC 28462-3933; 

842-8340 

Oak Grove Mr. Greg White, 845 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3337; 

842-9073 

Old Shallotte Mr. Eddie Parker, 809 Live Oak Dr. SW, Sunset Beach, NC 

28468; 579-7573 

Peace Memorial Mr. Herbert Johnson, 1384 Lords Branch Rd., Winnabow, NC 

28479; 253-5462 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2386; 842-631 1 

Shallotte First Mr. Jim Elmore, 2700 Paul Andrew St., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-3586 

Shell Point Jay R. Houston, P.O. Box 627, Shallotte, NC 28459; 754-6324 

Shoreline Mr. Walt Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8310; 278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Earl Hughes, 5151 Bridgers Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-3475; 

754-8790 

Southport Mr. Scott McMahan, 231 Nassau Rd., Southport, NC 28461; 

845-4855 

Supply Mr. Mike Laska, 901 Old Lennon Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 754-6219 

Town Creek Missionary .Mr. Richard Love, 684 Governors Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5120; 253-5895 
Woodburn First Mr. John Lowry, P.O. Box 1057, Leland, NC 28451; 371-1229 

Clerks 

Antioch Mrs. Joyce Daniel, 1245 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8031 ; 253-6538 

Beach Road Mrs. Audrey M. Wise, 209 Crowell Ave., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8264; 278-3433 

Bethel Mrs. Vickie S. Camp, 2003 Zion Hill Rd., SE., Bolivia, NC 28422-8107; 

842-3743 

Beulah Mrs. Cheryl Bennett, 500 Thomasboro Rd. SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2154 

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Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Denise Caudill, 1951 E. Boiling Springs Rd., 

Southport, NC 28461-8854; 845-3175 

Bolivia Mrs. Tammy Albright, 517 Halfway Ct., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5604; 253-4212 

Bonaparte Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 

579-6821 

Boones Neck Mrs. Deborah Bradley, 2119 Smithtown Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7631; 253-9169 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Dewayne Etheridge, RO. Box 545, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-3373 

Calvary Mrs. Emma L. Hewett, 6736 Ocean Hwy., W, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3504; 579-5258 

Community Chapel Ms. Joyce Midgett, 2512 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7836;655-3644 

Elah Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8368;371-2834 

Faith Mrs. Wenda C. Holden, 370 Stone Chimney Rd. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3288; 754-6210 

Farmers Chapel Ms. Virginia P. Skipper, 3200 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8661:655-2572 

Friendship Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420-0065; 

287-3315 

Goshen Mrs. Mary B. Flynn, 1811 Fertilizer Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456-7012; 

655-3194 

Gospel Center Mrs. Marilyn S. Swain, 210 Varnamtown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6008:842-6217 

Grace Mrs. Renee Light, P.O. Box 34, Ash, NC 28420; 287-6565 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Eva H. Gore, 1721 Gores Landing Rd., SW, Ocean Isle 

Beach, NC 28469-6347; 754-6926 

Lebanon Mrs. Theresa Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 253-8097 
Mrs. Velma Hewett, 1260 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8546; 

253-5728 

Longwood Ms. Vickie Grissett, P.O. Box 175, Longwood, NC 28452; 287-6967 

Mili Creek Ms. Vera G. Bowling, 1220 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-6475 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gwen B. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8720 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Renee C. Clemmons, 983Taft Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3277; 842-3558 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mrs. Mildred Goodman, 1005 Midway Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-7541 

New Life MissThelma Little, 4638 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3227 

Oak Grove Mrs. Christine H. Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 

28470-4454; 754-6492 

Oak Island First Mrs. Theresa Ellison, 7300 River Rd., Lot 52, P.O. Box 1103, 

Southport, NC 28461; 454-4124 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Judy A. Brooks, P.O. Box 1176, Shallotte, NC 28459-1176; 

579-4637 

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Peace Memorial Mrs. Ruth Kye, P.O. Box 95, Winnabow, NC 28479-0095; 

253-6345 

Prospect Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3748 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Shelba O.Thornton, 2708 Milliken Ave., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2955; 842-6824 

Shallotte First Mrs. Gail Ward, 838 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3282; 842-5674 

Shell Point Mrs. Mary Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Pamela Evans, P.O. Box 92, Ash, NC 28420-0092; 287-3734 

Southport Mr. Dean Sexton, 1010 Dutchman Cove Rd., Southport, NC 

28461-2684; 457-9343 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Mary Frances Howell, 698 Sunset Dr. 

Sunset Harbor, Bolivia, NC 28422; 842-8262 

Supply Mrs. Sheila Russ, 1210 Crossroads Trail SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422; 754-6633 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Linda Lanier, P.O. Box 302, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0302; 253-6485 

Woodburn First Mrs. Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 

Zion Mrs. Evelyn W. McCumbee, 5870 McCumbee Trl., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3304; 287-3464 

Treasurers 

Antioch Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750 

253-4964 

Beach Road Mrs. Barbara Knotts, P.O. Box 11457, Southport, NC 28461-1457 

457-0300 
Mr. John Winders, 5931 Village Dr., Southport, NC 28461; 457-5936 

Bethel Mrs. Betty Sheffield, 206 NE 70th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-4435; 

278-4453 

Beulah Mrs. Cheryl Bennett, 500 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2154 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Jim Elswick, 211 S. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 

28461-8804; 845-2406 

Bolivia Ms. Ella Jane Wescott, 89 Wilson St., Bolivia, NC 

28422-8649; 253-5042 

Bonaparte Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 

Boones Neck Mrs. Irene H. Bellamy, 3475 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6103; 842-6455 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Al Hubbard, 112 Golden Dune Way, Holden Beach, NC 

28462-2085; 846-4671 

Calvary Mr. Peter Icard, 523 Lightwood Ln., Shallotte, NC 28470; 754-4434 

Community Chapel Ms. Kitty Skipper, 3274 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7820; 655-3345 



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Elah Mr. John Butler, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8367; 

371-6271 

Faith Mrs. Rosa Allen, 905 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8041; 

253-7735 

Farmers Chapel Mrs. IrisT. Casteen, 3304 Maco Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8306;655-2004 

Friendship Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-1810;287-3478 

Goshen Mr. James Mintz, 4124 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-9057 

Gospel Center Mrs. Sherrill Hewett, 1700 Empire Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3108:842-2153 

Grace Mrs. Joyce Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583:287-6712 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Marilyn Richberg, 1263 Goose Creek Rd., SW, Shallotte, 

NC 28470-5218; 754-4898 

Lebanon Mrs. Judy Faircloth, 519 Cooks Way Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4637 
Mrs. Theresa Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-8097 

Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 287-3872 

Mill Creek Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5403; 253-6523 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gwen B. Clemmons, 1140 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8720 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Judy W. Clemmons, 273 Sellers Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3708; 754-6487 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mrs. Doris Belton, 1999 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8019; 253-5741 

New Life Mrs. Juanita Pruitt, 5970 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2702; 287-3804 

Oak Grove Mrs. Deborah H. Hardee, 1678 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3190;754-4693 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jill Coughlin, 129 Windemere Dr., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-8767 

Old Shallotte Mr. Thomas Batson, P.O. Box 82, Shallotte, NC 28459-0082; 

754-6536 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Annel Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0213:253-4944 

Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Jenny Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6027; 845-5405 

Shallotte First Mrs. Vicki Artz, P.O. Box 3351, Shallotte, NC 28459-3351; 

754-6516 

Shell Point Mr. Jay R. Houston, P.O. Box 627, Shalotte, NC 28459; 754-6324 

Shoreline Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465-8310; 

278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Don Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Mrs. Edythe Smith, 102 Park Ave., Southport, NC 28461-3120; 

457-6157 

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Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Zesta Wooten, 205 Zion Hill Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-4234 

Supply Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3486;754-6390 

Town Creek Missionary ....Mrs. Carol Hardee, 799 Governors Rd., SE, Winnabow, 

NC 28479-51 23; 253-6534 

Woodburn First Mrs. Faye Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8325; 371-9757 

Zion Mr. Ray Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 

754-6264 

Music Directors 

Antioch Mr. Guy Willetts, 810 McKay Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7575; 

253-5538 

Beach Road Mr. Michael Knotts, 131 NE 30th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5914 

201-4281 
Mrs. Nancy Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd SE, Southport, NC 

28461-8011; 253-6086 

Bethel Mrs. Vickie S. Camp, 2003 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8107; 

842-3743 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Miss Debra Hill, 1756 Deer Trot Rd., Bolivia, NC 

28422; 253-4096 

Bolivia Mr. Stan Knowles, 4352 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422-8636; 

253-5534 

Boones Neck Mr. Danny L. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Ms.Terri Webb, 402 Richmond St., Rockingham, NC 28379; 

895-7934 

Calvary Rev. Rick Carter, 16 Brierwood Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4403; 

754-5826 

Community Chapel Ms. Patsy Murray, 4906 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 

28403-5257; 791-8645 

Faith Mr. L.V.Walton, 5490 Ocean Hwy., E, Winnabow, NC 28479-5436; 

253-5488 

Friendship Mrs. Kathy Formyduval, 2970 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Longwood, 

NC 28452-9720; 287-3399 

Goshen Dr. Barbara Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558; 

371-0994 

Gospel Center Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2775; 842-9373 

Grace Mrs. Joyce Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583;287-6712 

Jennies Branch.. Mr. Bobby L. Gore, 1637 Pierce St., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-4721; 579-6469 

Lebanon Mrs. Betty J. Land, 42 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9134 

Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd. NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2508; 287-3872 



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Mill Creek Mr. Robert Willetts, III, 1096 Mill Creek Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8548; 253-5275 

Mount Olive Mrs. Sue C. Wescott, 14 Stone Chimney Rd., SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-2737 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Hulan Royals, 373 Cumbee Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3301 ; 842-6685 

New Life Ms. Jill Bennett, 4976 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4208; 

287-3227 

Oak Grove Mr. Maurice Evans, 977 Mt. Pisgah Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-2378 

Oak Island First Rev. Wilton Lennon, 132 NW 4th St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-6813; 201-1519 

Old Shallotte Mr. Albert V. Hughes, 129 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4439; 

754-6762 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Barbara Kuhn, 3715 Old Maco Rd., Leland, NC 

28451-8850; 655-6058 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Jenny Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6027; 845-5405 

Shallotte First Mrs. Sandra Hall, P.O. Box 598, Shallotte, NC 28459-0598; 

754-6482 

Shell Point Mrs. Cynthia Hilz, 1816 Pharview Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5756; 579-2988 

Shoreline Ms. Debbie Stephens, 1130 Morehead Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-3660 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Shelby Waley, 1535 M M Ray Rd., Nakina, NC 28455 

Southport Rev. Edward Hicks, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Bonita McGee, 680 Forest Dr. Sunset Harbor, Bolivia, 

NC 28422; 842-1683 

Supply Mrs. Annette Laska, 901 Old Lennon Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

754-6219 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. June Beasley, 570 Governors Rd., SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5112; 253-5519 
Woodburn First....... .Mrs. Glenda B. McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451; 

371 -3707 
Mrs. Margaret Robbins, 109 Lee Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7603; 371-2541 

Zion Mrs. Lisa Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 

754-6264 

Church Organists 

Antioch Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, 187 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8502; 253-6560 

Beach Road Ms. Charlotte Byrd, 4665 Port Loop Rd., Southport, NC 28461; 

457-0744 

Beulah Mrs. Barbara Meares, 870 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2222; 287-3272 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Miss Elizabeth Smith, 1756 Deer Trot Rd., 

Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4096 



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Bolivia Ms. Martha Ownby, 4352 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-5534 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Helen Zenzer, 3573 Lakeview Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2622; 842-5749 

Calvary Mrs. Lillian Hewett, 1974 Ocean Hwy., W, Supply, NC 28462-4018; 

754-4719 

Elah Mrs. Elizabeth Gainey, 1412 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8034; 

371-2112 

Friendship Mrs. Betty W. Long, 8169 Pireway Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2019; 

287-6338 

Gospel Center..... Mrs. Emma Lea Caison, 2609 Wildcat Dr. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2785; 842-6521 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Eva H. Gore, 1721 Gores Landing Rd, SW, Ocean Isle 

Beach, NC 28469-6347; 754-6926 

Mount Olive Mrs. Sue C. Wescott, 14 Stone Chimney Rd., SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-2737 

Oak Island First Ms. Marlene Lively, 125 NW 12th St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-7026; 278-5829 

Old Shallotte Mr. Bobby Wilson, 1375 Ocean Haven Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470; 579-4883 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Toy Johnson, 881 Sabbath Home Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5351;842-6590 

Shallotte First Mrs. Ouida Hewett, P.O. Box 361, Shallotte, NC 28459-0361; 

842-6017 

Shell Point Mr. Joshua Coffman, 1816 Pharview Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-5756; 579-2988 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Faye Smith, 3786 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3734; 287-5354 

Southport Ms. Linda Tronzo, 315 NE 60th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-4706; 

278-7199 

Supply Mrs. Ethelyn Hawes, 171 Countryside Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3301; 754-4416 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. June Easley, 570 Governors Rd SE, Winnabow, 

NC 28479-51 12; 253-5519 

Church Pianists 

Antioch Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750; 

253-4964 
Beach Road Mr. Michael Knotts, 131 NE 30th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5914; 

201-4281 
Bethel Mrs. Joyce P. Splawn, 1997Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8117; 

846-2064 

Beulah Mrs. Edna McLamb, 780 Hickman Rd., NW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2026; 287-3203 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Margie Candler, 420 Tate Lake Dr., Southport, 

NC 28461; 253-8300 
Bolivia Ms. Ella Jane Wescott, 89 Wilson St., NE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8649; 

253-5042 

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Bonaparte Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 

579-6821 

Boones Neck Mrs. Martha Benton, 2762 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5420;842-6813 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Juanita Hubbard, 112 Golden Dune Way, 

Holden Beach, NC 28462-2085; 846-4671 

Calvary. Mrs. Maggie Spangler, 6305Tolman St., Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469; 579-7441 

Community Chapel Ms. Magdalene Davis, 2620 Malmo Loop Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-7896; 655-2076 

Elah Mrs. Wanda Hardwick, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8367;371-6271 

Faith Mrs. Wenda Holden, 370 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3288;754-6210 

Farmers Chapel Ms. Shirlene Scoggins, 1853 Colon Mintz Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-8759; 655-3963 

Friendship Mrs. Kathy Formyduval, 2970 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Longwood, 

NC 28452-9720; 287-3399 

Goshen Mrs. Mary B. Flynn, 1811 Fertilizer Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456-7012; 

655-3194 

Gospel Center Mrs. Emma Lea Caison, 2609 Wildcat Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2785; 842-6521 

Grace Miss Julie White, P.O. Box 34, Shallotte, NC 28459-0034; 754-4752 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Melba Johnson, 39 Fairway Dr., Shallotte, NC 

28470-4422; 754-8822 

Lebanon Mrs. Betty J. Land, 42 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9134 

Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2508; 287-3872 

Mill Creek Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5403; 253-6523 

Mount Olive Mrs. Rita F. Lewis, 2885 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2387; 842-4896 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Janice R. Kuigre, 45 Old River Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-6678 

New Ebenezer Missionary Ms. Joyce Bullock, 3669 Blue Banks Loop Rd., NE, 

Leland, NC 28451-8932; 655-6045 

New Life Mrs. Tammy Sellers, 815 Long Corner Rd., Whiteville, NC 28472 

Oak Grove Mrs. Elizabeth Evans, 2028 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-4466 

Oak Island First Mrs. Lynette Nobles, 213 Stuart Ave., Southport, NC 

28461-3049:457-7675 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Tamala Grimes, 97 Plantation Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-7302; 579-8331 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Barbara Caudill, 973 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7375; 253-5350 

Prospect Mrs. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3748 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Donna Ennis, 2647 Old Ferry Connection, SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2283; 842-6542 

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Shallotte First Mrs. Daisy L. Ivey, P.O. Box 2545, Shallotte, NC 28459-2545; 

754-5121 

Shell Point Mrs. Wynette Long, 3069 Pine Hill Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

754-5123 

Shoreline Ms. Debbie Stephens, 1130 Morehead Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461; 845-3660 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Sue Simmons, 6185 Ludlum Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3213; 

287-651 1 

Southport Mrs. Pam Hicks, 2004 Robert Ruark Dr., Southport, NC 

28461-2652; 457-4767 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Billie P. Howell, 3887 Palm St. Sunset Harbor 

Bolivia, NC 28422; 842-2401 

Supply Mrs. Glenda Caylor, 138 N. Park Ave., Southport, NC 28461-3120; 

457-5902 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Jessie Best, 839 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451-7371; 253-5613 

Woodburn First Ms. Patricia McKeithain, 9530 Oakmont Ct, NW, Leland, NC 

28451-8402; 371-6860 

Zion Mrs. Evelyn W. McCumbee, 5870 McCumbee Trl., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-3304; 287-3464 

Librarians 

Antioch Mrs. Virginia Gilbert, 696 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8756; 

253-6347 

Beach Road Mrs. Mary Carter, 4363 Harbortown Rd., Southport, NC 28461; 

253-4249 
Mr. John Rores, 1301 W. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465-7324; 

278-3583 

Beulah Mrs. Carole Long, 1047 Harbor Dr., SW, Calabash, NC 28467-2302; 

579-3358 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Velvyn Shirley, 1506 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, 

NC 28451-9531; 383-0176 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Katherine Lee, 285 Riverside Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2765; 842-2120 

Calvary Mrs. Peggy Owens, 4618 Bluff Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-5228; 

754-4738 

Elah Mrs. Cindy Ulmer, 1816 Cedar Hill Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8136; 

371-3107 

Faith Mrs. Margaret Clemmons, 117 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8503; 253-6849 

Friendship Mrs. Geneva Ivey, 837 Ivey Glenn Ln., Ash, NC 28420-2113; 

287-6641 

Goshen Mrs. Shirley Benton, 3879 Avondale Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8937; 371-3576 

Gospel Center Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2775; 842-9373 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Betty Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-6360; 754-6533 

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Mount Olive Mrs. Sharon Harvell, P.O. Box 307, Bolivia, NC 28422-0307; 

253-6248 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jamie Lloyd, 92 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8412; 278-6626 

Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Brenda Hare, 222 Ocean Blvd. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-2672 

Shell Point Mrs. Emily Riddle, P.O. Box 1888, Shallotte, NC 28459-1888; 

754-6686 

Southport Mrs. Linda Hilaman, 312 River Dr., Southport, NC 28461-4110; 

457-0791 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Delores Edge, 3786 Palm St. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7880; 842-3102 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Juanita Lanier, P.O. Box 235, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0235; 253-6889 

Youth Ministers 

Beach Road Ron Carter, 4363 Harbortown Ct. SE, Southport, NC 

28461 -8324; 253-4249 
Bolivia Mrs. Susan Lee, 781 Lumbee Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 28461-8965; 

845-2303 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Sheila Barnette, 7350 Pinecliff Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8212; 253-4623 
Faith Mr. Brian Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8634; 

253-7682 
Faith Mrs. Joanne Raleigh, 4380 Reynolds Ln. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8634; 

253-7682 
Goshen Miss Beverly Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558 

371-0994 

Gospel Center Mrs. Janice Singletary, 3005 Sterling Dr., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2775; 842-9373 

Grace Mrs. Joyce Stocks, 7140 Stocks Way, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3583; 287-6712 

Jennies Branch Mr. James Marshall, P.O. Box 1497, Shallotte, NC 

28459-1497;754-3012 
Lebanon Mrs. Judy Faircloth, 519 Cooks Way Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4637 
Lebanon Mr. William Hewett, 1278 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-7826 
Longwood Mr. Dean Vannoy, 7339 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 28452-9702; 

287-0200 
Mrs. Teresa Vannoy, 7339 Pireway Rd., Longwood, NC 28452-9702; 

287-0200 
Mill Creek Mrs. Sherry Willetts, 1005 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 29422; 

253-6237 

Mount Olive Joy Farmer, 1025 Forestway Dr., Leland, NC 28451 

New Life Tom Mabry, 4675 Alligator Rd. NW., Ash, NC 28420; 287-3015 

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Oak Island First Ms. Hope Shadding, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Teresa Carraway, 281 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

754-6752 

Peace Memorial Mr. Eric Evans, 5830 Ocean Hwy., E, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5722; 253-6785 

Sabbath Home Mr. Curtis Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-5405 

Shallotte First Mrs. Susie Sellers, 1835 Holly St. SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469;579-3716 

Shell Point Mrs. Cindy Millikan, P.O. Box 461 , Shallotte, NC 28459-0461 ; 

754-6503 

Southport Mr. Joey Medlin, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461; 457-6816 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Clarence Wooten, 2055 Zion Hill Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-4234 

Supply Mr. John Allen Rogers, P.O. Box 458, Supply, NC 28462-0458; 842-3883 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Carolyn Young, 2230 Towncreek Rd., Leland, NC 

28479;253-5017 

Woodburn First Mrs. Faye Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8325;371-9757 

Recreation Ministers 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Johnny Craig, Jr., 4738 Ibis Ln., SW, Shallotte, NC 

28470-5468; 842-8505 

Calvary Mr. Joe Faircloth, 4716 Ibis Ln SW., Shallotte, NC 28470-5468; 

754-5033 

Faith Mr. Thomas Howard, 435 Midway Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7576; 

253-5647 

Goshen Mrs. Debra White, 4350 Mount Misery Rd. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8816;655-4362 

Jennies Branch Mr. David Pridgen, Jr., P.O. Box 447, Shallotte, NC 

28459-0447; 754-6096 
Mill Creek. ...Mrs. Sherry Willetts, 1005 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6237 

Mount Olive Mr. Tolman C. Lennon, Jr., 1085 Southport Supply Rd., SE, 

Bolivia, NC 28422-7671 ; 754-4055 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Ronald Clemmons, 983Taft Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-3458 

New Life Mrs. Annette Pruitt, 4791 Little Prong Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420; 

287-6469 

Oak Grove Mrs. Hilda Hewett, 1698 Civietown Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

754-4086 

Peace Memorial Mrs. Velma Johnson, 1384 Lords Branch Rd., Winnabow, NC 

28479; 253-5462 

Sabbath Home Ms. Mary Simmons, 2760 Lancaster Dr. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2788; 842-6743 

Woodburn First Mr. Fred Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8325; 371-9757 
Mrs. Faye Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8325; 

371-9757 

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Ministers of Education 

Goshen Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9070;655-2658 

Mill Creek Mrs. Ruth Gore, 1158 Lords Branch Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5610;253-6240 

Ministers of Preschool 

Bolivia Mrs. Deddy King, 191 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8503; 

253-7483 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Glenda Ansley, 1307 Copas Rd. SW, Shallotte, NC 

28470; 754-9652 

Goshen Miss Elsie J. Peterson, 4514 Mt. Misery Rd. NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9070; 655-2658 

Grace Miss Julie White, P.O. Box 34, Shallotte, NC 28459-0034; 754-4752 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Sherry Marshall, P.O. Box 1497; Shallotte, NC 28459 

754-301 1 ext. 2 

Mill Creek Ms. Lorida Moser, 1280 Jefferson Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 28461; 

845-2400 

New Life Mrs. Corina Rivenbark, 410 Harris Swamp Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8602; 253-4971 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Helen Ellery, 3434 Marina Dr., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-2496 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Lib Sellers, 1301 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8541; 253-5889 

Woodburn First Lillie Barnes, 104 Live Oak Dr., Leland, NC 28451-7604; 

371-3534 

Ministers of Children 

Beach Road Mr. Gene Maxwell, 6474 Funston Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5356; 278-4827 

Bethel Mrs. Donna Byrd, 1628 N. Howe St., Southport, NC 28461-8904; 

457-6126 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Libby Harllee, 2 Casper Rd., Southport, NC 

28461 ; 845-2290 

Bolivia Mrs. Sandy Rogers, 1096 Mill Creek Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8548; 

253-4074 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Bruce Sullivan, P.O. Box 290, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-7188 

Faith Mrs. Wendy Whitby, P.O. Box 622, Supply, NC 28462-0290; 253-7412 

Goshen Mrs. Sharon Townsend, 9087 Green Loop Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9007; 371-9658 

Grace Mrs. Lisa Danford, P.O. Box 3011, Shallotte, NC 29459; 754-9732 

Jennies Branch Mr. David Pridgen III, 1615 Bent Ridge PI., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6318; 755-7290 

Lebanon Mrs. Christie Smith, 613 Caison Loop Rd., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-4662 

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Longwood Mrs. Sharron Long, 7389 Pireway Rd., NW, Longwood, NC 

28452-9702; 287-6360 

Mill Creek Mrs. Stephanie Drew, 6055 Funston Rd. SE, Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-6158 

Mount Olive Deborah McLamb, 600 Dove Haven Ln., Winnabow, NC 28479; 

253-0451 

New Life Mrs. Christine Vereen, 3736 Exum Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420; 

287-3210 

Oak Island First Mrs. Jill Helm, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Linda Anderson, 4626 Squirrel Ave. NW, Shallotte, NC 

28470; 754-3876 

Sabbath Home Mr. Curtis Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6027; 842-5405 

Shell Point Mrs. Sandra Robinson, 2468 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5512; 842-6745 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Clarence Wooten, 2055 Zion Hill Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-4234 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Melanie Long, 525 Governor's Rd., Winnabow, 

NC 28479; 253-5693 

Woodburn First Kristy Blue, 1010 Winterberry Cir., Leland, NC 28451; 

371-0652 
Zion Mrs. Lisa Piver, 2180 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3308; 754-6264 

Prayer Ministry Coordinators 

Beach Road Mrs. Nancy Moore, 3596 Members Club Blvd., Southport, NC 

28461-8011; 253-6086 
Mrs. Pat Pinkerton, P.O. Box 10998, Southport, NC 28461-0988; 

278-5458 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Reta Major, 1863 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8521 ; 845-2623 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Larry Vestal, 2528 Jolly Roger Dr. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2557; 846-6180 

Calvary Mrs. Anne Cathey, 1541 Gate 3, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5506; 579-0888 

Faith Mrs. Polly Willetts, 215 Danford Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8509; 

253-6561 

Goshen Mrs. Louise Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct., SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558; 

371-0994 

Grace Rev. Brent Evans, 6706 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2616; 

287-3524 

Mount Olive Mrs. Gertrude Williams, 1606 Green Lewis Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8026; 253-6466 

Mount Pisgah Ms. Gayla Varnam, P.O. Box 637, Supply, NC 28462-0637; 

842-5350 

New Life Mrs. Diane Little, 4624 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3673 

Old Shallotte Mrs. Judy A. Brooks, P.O. Box 1176; Shallotte, NC 28459-1176; 

579-4637 

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Peace Memorial Mrs. Omage Sullivan, 847 Greenhill Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-8625;253-5255 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Ericka Faircloth, 2984 Old Ferry Connection, SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2278; 842-6593 

Shoreline Mr. Wade Johnson, 308 Norton St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8143; 

278-7774 

Southport Mrs. Belinda Leonard, 99 Fayetteville Rd., BSL, Southport, NC 

28461; 457-6816 

Woodburn First Rev. S.L. Doty, Jr., 114 Baldwin Dr., Leland, NC 28451-8248; 

371-9464 

Stewardship Chairmen 

Beach Road Mr. Jim Medlin, 209 McGlamery St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8230; 

278-1739 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mr. Gene Conner, 514 Fifty Lakes Dr., Southport, 

NC 28461-9100; 845-2406 

Boones Neck Mr. W. Earl Bellamy, Jr., 3475 Boone's Neck Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-6103; 842-6455 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Jon Caudle, 4738 Ibis Cir., Shallotte, NC 28470; 

754-3531 

Friendship Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash-Little River Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-1810;287-3478 

Goshen Mr. Paul Arita, 2861 Lasalle Ln., Leland, NC 28451-4041; 371-3081 

Gospel Center Mr. Charles Wilson, 2905 Dixon St., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-4919 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Chris Raines, 494 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6312:842-9292 

New Life Mrs. Juanita Pruitt, 5970 Myrtle Head Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2702; 287-3804 

Oak Island First Mr. Frances Vining, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212; 278-9511 

Shoreline Mr. John Henry, 211 NE 50th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5112; 

201-1098 

Soldier Bay Mr. Don Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Dr. Brad Hilaman, 312 River Dr., Southport, NC 28461 ; 457-0791 

Woodburn First Mr. Steve McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451-8484; 

371-3707 

Secretaries 

Antioch Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC; 28422-8750 

253-4964 

Beach Road Mrs. Barbara Knotts, P.O. Box 11457, Southport, NC 

28461-1457; 457-0300 

Bethel Mrs. Betty Sheffield, 206 NE 70th St., Oak Island, NC 28465-4435; 

278-4453 

Beulah Mrs. Barbara Meares, 870 Thomasboro Rd., SW, Calabash, NC 

28467-2222; 287-3272 

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Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs. Debby Willetts, 1419 Old Mill Creek Rd., 

Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-5856 

Bolivia Mrs. Tammy Albright, 517 Halfway Ct., Winnabow, NC 28479-5604; 

253-4212 

Bonaparte Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 

Boones Neck Mrs. Kathy H. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2275; 842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Mrs. Sarah S. Cook, 1567 Oakridge Dr., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-61 1 1 ; 575-3306 

Calvary Mrs. Emma L. Hewett, 6736 Ocean Hwy., W, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-3504; 579-5258 
Mrs. Jeannean Rogers, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5190; 842-5170 

Community Chapel Ms. Shirley Hammonds, 7180 Lehrscall Trl., NE, Leland, 

NC 28451 ; 655-3686 

Elah Mrs. Betty Lanier, 8975 Dale Dr., Leland, NC 28451; 371-3884 

Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8368 

371-2834 

Faith Mrs. Wenda Holden, 370 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3288; 754-6210 

Friendship Mrs. Julie Faulk, Ash-Little River Rd., Longwood, NC 28452 

Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420-0065; 287-3315 

Goshen Mrs. Sheila Buchanan, 715 Dew Oil Plant Rd., Delco, NC 

28436-9151; 655-4275 

Grace Mrs. Martha Casper, 2969 Big Neck Rd. Ash, NC 28420; 755-3346 

Jennies Branch Mrs. Marilyn Richberg, 1263 Goose Creek Rd., SW, Shallotte, 

NC 28470-52 1 8; 754-4898 

Lebanon Mrs. Theresa Hewett, 1292 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422 

253-8097 

Longwood Mrs. Doris Benton, 958 Pea Landing Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-2508; 287-3872 

Mill Creek Ms. Vera G. Bowling, 1220 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-6475 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Carol Phelps, 1797 Juniper Rd. BSL, Southport, NC 28431; 

845-2980 

New Ebenezer Missionary Ms. Shirley Bernard, 1983 Midway Rd., SE, Bolivia, 

NC 28422-8019; 253-6378 

New Life Mrs. Mary Lois Vereen, 2889 Exum Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420-2723 

287-3232 

Oak Grove Mrs. Elizabeth Young, 1350 Holden Beach Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3146 

Oak Island First Mrs. Alvania Taylor, 4608 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5212;278-9511 

Old Shallotte Mr. Thomas Batson, P.O. Box 82, Shallotte, NC 28459-0082; 

754-6536 

Sabbath Home Mrs. Jenny Todd, 979 Stanbury Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-6027; 845-5405 

Shallotte First Mrs. Geraldine Robinson, 641 McMilly Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470; 754-8554 

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Shell Point Mrs. Mary Etta Hewett, 2092 Civietown Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-3172; 754-6079 

Shell Point Mrs. Mary Houston, 2786 Winfree Way, Shallotte, NC 28470-5939; 

754-6367 

Soldier Bay Mrs. Judy Evans, P.O. Box 43, Ash, NC 28420-0043; 287-3724 

Southport Ms. Barbara Faulk, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Mrs. Belinda Leonard, P.O. Box 10009, Southport, NC 28461-0009 

Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Mary Frances Howell, 698 Sunset Dr. - 

Sunset Harbor, Bolivia, NC 28422; 842-8262 

Supply Mrs. Marilyn Sellers, 1736 Clemmons Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7624; 253-6920 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Vicky Price, 582 McKay Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8934; 253-4524 

Woodburn First Mrs. Glenda N. McLean, 105 Loop Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 

371-3763 

Zion Mrs. Mae Milligan, 2805 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3207; 

287-6435 

Representatives on Associational Board 

Antioch Mr. Jimmy Daniel, 1245 Green Lewis Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8031 ; 253-6538 
Mrs. Joyce Daniel, 1245 Green Lewis Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8031; 

253-6538 

Mrs. Patricia Lewis, 500 Carney's Branch Trail, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5933 

Mrs. Sarah Lewis, 2936 Ripley Dr. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7954; 253-5639 

Beach Road Mr. John McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5440; 278-9305 
Mrs. Wilma McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5440; 

278-9305 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Mrs.Tabitha H. Knight, 1369 Old Mill Creek Rd. SE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5389; 253-1450 
Mr. Alan Shirley, 1506 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, NC 28451-9531; 383-0176 

Bolivia Mr. Mozelle Craft, 57 Corbett St., NE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8647; 

253-6680 
Mrs. Mary Craft, 57 Corbett St NE., Bolivia, NC 28422-8647; 253-6680 

Bonaparte Mrs. Lee Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5472; 

842-5489 

Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5472; 842-5489 

Mr. John Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Brunswick Islands Mr. Bruce Mitchell, P.O. Box 1158, Shallotte, NC 

28459-1158;842-3149 

Rev. Mark Owens, 3075 Old Ferry Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-6375 

Rev. David M. Stratton, 1677 Elon St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5416; 842-8969 

Mr. Larry Vestal, 2528 Jolly Roger Dr., SW., Supply, NC 28462-2557; 846-6180 

Calvary Baptist Mr. Virgil Batten, 2541 John Ave. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-7693 
Mr. Joe Cathey, 1541 Gate 3, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 579-0888 

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Community Chapel Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dales Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-7945; 371-2380 

Elah Mr. E.A. Britt, P.O. Box 949, Leland, NC 28451-0949; 371-3023 

Mr. Houston Williams, 1296 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8036; 

371-3386 

Faith Mr. Clark Casanova, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, V\/innabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 
Mrs. Ruby Casanova, 2179 Cherrytree Rd., NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 
Mr. H.D. Willetts, 215 Danford Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8509; 253-6561 

Farmers Chapel Ms. Jeanette Jackson, 454 Delco Prosper Rd., Delco, NC 

28436; 655-9082 
Rev. Glenn Jackson, P.O. Box 280, Delco, NC 28436-0280; 655-9082 

Friendship.. Mr. Samuel C. Smith, 2206 Ash Little River Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-1810; 287-3478 

Mrs. Jacqueline B. Smith, P.O. Box 65, Ash, NC 28420-0065; 287-3315 

Rev. Jesse Stephens, 4006 Thomas Rd., Little River, SC 29566-8834; 

(843) 399-3050 

Goshen Mr. Ira Butler, Jr. 3990 Mount Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 

28451-9058; 371-3997 

Gospel Center Mr. Jack Hegadore, 1501 New Bern St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-2371 ; 842-9000 

Mr. Earl McCall, 3101 McCall St., Supply, NC 28462; 842-6397 

Mr. Ennis Swain, 210 Varnamtown Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462-6008; 842-6217 

Grace Mr. Archie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 

754-5112 
Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 287-3973 

Jennies Branch Ms. Virginia Bellamy, 109 Ocean Isle Beach Rd., 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-3617; 579-6469 
Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr. SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6360; 

754-6533 
Mr. James Marshall, P.O. Box 1497, Shallotte, NC 28459-1497; 754-3012 

Lebanon Ms. Silvia Ashley, 569 Caison Loop Rd., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5335; 253-7269 
Mrs. Betty J. Land, 1045 Hickman Rd., NW, Calabash, NC 28467-1909; 

287-7131 
Rev. Jessie (Jack) Land, 42 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9134 

Mill Creek Mr. Russell Gregory, 5590 Country Ridge Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 

253-9388 

Mount Olive Mr. Larry W. Clemmons, 1730 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8726; 253-5556 
Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731 ; 253-5546 
Mrs. Sharon Harvell, P.O. Box 307, Bolivia, NC 28422-0307; 253-6248 

Mount Pisgah Mr. Lloyd G.Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5190; 842-8398 
Mrs. Faye Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5190; 842-8398 

New Life Mr. C.E. Gore, 3810 Big Neck Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4202 

754-8691 
Mr. Roscoe Warren, 4698 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3761 

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Oak Grove ...Mr. J. Richard Hewett, 118 Forest Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470-4454; 

754-6492 
Mr. Jim Simmons, 1664 Devonne Way, SW, Supply, NC 28462-6330; 

842-8821 

Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 119 NE 32nd St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5922; 278-7825 

Old Shallotte Mr. Malcolm Grissett, 361 Longwood Rd. NW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-3607; 579-6599 
Mr. Bobby Long, P.O. Box 1117, Shallotte, NC 28459-1 117; 579-6000 

Peace Memorial Mr. Chuck Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0213; 253-4944 
Mr. J.C. Evans, 5830 Ocean Hwy. E, Winnabow, NC 28479-5722; 253-6785 

Prospect Miss Dinia Woodard, 1131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3457; 754-4602 
Mrs. Edna Woodard, 1 131 Royal Oak Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3457; 

754-4602 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd. SW, 

Supply, NC 28462-2386; 842-631 1 
Mr. Wayne Smith, 2800 Eleanor Dr. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2473; 842-6317 
Rev. Rory J.Thigpen, 990 Sabbath Home Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462-5354; 

842-6733 
Shallotte First Mr. Tommy Carpenter, 7920 Ocean Hwy. West, Supply, NC 



28462 
Mr. Forrest Taylor, P.O. Box 7288, South Brunswick, NC 28470 

Shell Point Mr. Jay R. Houston, P.O. Box 627, Shallotte, NC 28459 

Shoreline Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak 

28465-6114 
Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, Dr., 28465-8310 

Soldier Bay Mr. Eugene Baines, P.O. Box 1 1 1 , Ash, NC 28420-01 1 1 

Mr. Edward Smith, P.O. Box 1 1 1 , Ash, NC 28420-01 1 1 

Southport Mr. Rick Holbrook, 98 Caswell Beach Rd., Oak 

28465-8412 
Mr. Harvey Rash, P.O. Box 10631, Southport, NC 28461 



754-8685 
754-8373 
754-6324 

Island, NC 
278-9774 
278-5747 
287-6803 
287-6803 

Island, NC 
278-3134 
278-3506 



Sunset Harbor First Mrs. Mary Frances Howell, 698 Sunset Dr. 

Sunset Harbor, Bolivia, NC 28422; 842-8262 
Mrs. Billie P. Powell, 3887 Palm St. Sunset Harbor, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

842-2401 

Supply Mr. James W. Clemmons, 1124 Southport Supply Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7672; 754-6978 
Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 28462-3486; 

754-6390 
Mr. Judd Ward, 2137 Old Ocean Hwy, Bolivia, NC 28422-8817; 253-5330 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Shirley Cumbee, 5841 Crabapple Rd. NE, 

Winnabow, NC 28479-5501; 253-5195 
Mrs. Lib Sellers, 1301 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8541 ; 253-5889 

Woodburn First Rev. S.L. Doty, Jr., 114 Baldwin Dr., Leland, NC 28451-8248; 

371-9464 

Mr. Steve McLean, 108 Dresser Ln., Leland, NC 28451-8484; 371-3707 

Mr. Marion Strickland, 176 Brunswick PI., Leland, NC 28451; 371-3634 

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Ordained Ministers 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Dr. Howard Johnson, 1047 Presidents Rd., BSL, 

Southport, NC 28461 ; 845-3405 
Rev. Avery Lumsden, 197 E. Boiling Springs Rd., Southport, NC 

28461-7600;845-2313 
Rev. Purnell Swett, 158 N. Shore Dr., Southport, NC 28461-9564; 845-0637 

Brunswick Islands Rev. Jack Hancox, 310 Womble St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-8149; 278-3006 

Rev. Garrett Hayes, 2692 Francis St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2430; 842-8289 

Rev. Mark Owens, 3075 Old Ferry Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2287; 842-6375 

Rev. Charles Smith, P.O. Box 369, Supply, NC 28462-0369; 842-3809 

Rev. William L. Smith, 105 Swordfish Dr., Holden Beach, NC 28462-1824; 

842-3170 

Calvary Rev. Jason Ross, 4222 Todd Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-5314; 

754-6753 
Dr. Tom Womble, 1933 Stone Ballast Way, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-6537; 754-2526 

Friendship Rev. James Whitworth, 3894 Hickory View Dr., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7816; 842-9696 

Goshen Rev. Linwood Peterson, 456 Crown Crest, Chesapeake, VA 

23325-4329; (757) 336-5086 

Longwood Rev. Barry Long, 116 Ole Holly Dr., Loris, SC 29569-6964; 

(803) 756-7944 

Mount Olive Rev. C. Odell Blanton, 48 Stone Chimney Rd., SE, Supply, NC 

28462; 754-7361 

New Ebenezer Missionary Mr. Tyrone Currence, 1234 Any St., Wilmington, 

NC 28412 
Mrs. Joyce Jones, 2050 Sunset Harbor Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-7910; 

842-2622 
Mr. Michael White, Lord St., Southport, NC 28461 

Oak Grove .Rev. Laury Evans, 2301 Shell Point Rd., Shallotte, NC 

28470-5830; 754-6741 

Oak Island First Rev. Anthony Florio, 3605 W. Beach Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-7842; 278-1279 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd., SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2386; 842-631 1 

Shell Point Rev. Steve Stout, 2687 Boones Neck Rd., SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5519; 842-9140 

Southport Mr. Stan Craig, 4177 Silverleaf Dr., Southport, NC 28461 ; 253-051 1 

Dr. Paul Early, P.O. Box 1179, Oak Island, NC 28465-9820; 278-6888 

Dr. Walter Harrelson, P.O. Box 11308, Southport, NC 28461-1308; 457-6948 

Rev. Ivren Hughes, 168 NW 3rd St., Oak Island, NC 28465-6809; 278-1879 

Dr. Leon Thomas, 2307 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465-6114; 

278-1064 

Supply Mr. Cliff Eubanks, P.O. Box 1626, Mountain Home, NC 28758-1626 

Mr. Marvin Musselwhite, 131 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3483; 754-4207 

Town Creek Missionary Rev. Mack Caton, 1014 Cherry Tree Rd., Winnabow, 

NC 28479; 253-6562 

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Rev. Hilton Willetts, 349 Town Creek Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-7373; 

253-606 

Zion Rev. Charles Smith, 3404 Whiteville Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3808; 

287-6653 

Messengers to Association 

Antioch ....Mr. Mark Bridges, 1236 Green Lewis Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-4510 

Mrs. Vera Jones, P.O. Box 37, Bolivia, NC 28422-0037; 253-6393 

Mrs. Debra Lewis, P.O. Box 427, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-6393 

Mrs. Patricia Lewis, P.O. Box 427, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5933 

Mrs. Sharon Owens, 1234 Gilbert Rd., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8750; 253-4964 

Beach Road Mr. John McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5440; 278-9305 
Mrs. Wilma McDaniel, 225 NE 41st St., Oak Island, NC 28465-5440; 

278-9305 

Boiling Spring Lakes First Rev. Robert McClain, 1011 Pierce Rd., Southport, 

NC 28461; 845-2825 

Mr. Alan M. Shirley, 1506 Grandiflora Dr., Leland, NC 28451-9531; 383-0176 

Mrs. Cathy Varnam, 5750 Thomas Tr., Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-5657 

Bolivia Mrs. Letha Rabon, 5651 Ocean Hwy. E, Winnabow, NC 28479-5433; 

253-5146 
Ms. Hazel Willetts, P.O. Box 159, Bolivia, NC 28422-0159; 253-5540 

Bonaparte Mrs.1_ee Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 

Rev. William Greer, 1686 Jancy Ct., SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-5489 
Mr. Russell B. Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3295 
Mrs. Ruth Mincey, 7119 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-5407; 

579-3295 
Mrs. Ellen Oellerich, 7127 Channel II, SW, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 

28469-5407; 579-3430 

Mr. John Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Mrs. Sara Truesdale, 5258 Merlin Ct., Shallotte, NC 28470-5170; 579-6821 

Boones Neck Rev. Richard Bradley, 2119 Smithtown Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7631; 253-9169 

Mr. C.L. Edwards, 1389 Quail Dr., Supply, NC 28462; 842-9641 

Mr. Danny L. Fulford, 921 Carrie Ellen Ln. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2275; 

842-2633 

Brunswick Islands Dr. Marvin Gold, 116 Greensboro St., Supply, NC 

28462-1913; 842-7783 

Mrs. Doris Hancox, 310 Womble St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8149- 278-3006 

Rev. Jack Hancox, 310 Womble St., Oak Island, NC 28465-8149- 278-3006 

Rev. Garrett Hays, 2692 Francis St. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2430; 842-8289 

Mrs. Katherine Lee, 285 Riverside Dr. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2765; 842-2120 

Rev. Mark Owens, 3075 Old Ferry Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2287; 

842-6375 
Mr. Richard M. Shenton, 982 Ocean Blvd. W., Holden Beach, NC 

28462-1816; 842-4049 
Mrs. Viola Shenton, 982 Ocean Blvd W. Holden Beach, NC 28462-1816; 

842-4049 

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Rev. David M. Stratton, 1672 Mt. Pisgah Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5404 

Mr. Larry Vestal, 2528 Jolly Roger Dr. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2557; 846-6180 

Ms.Terri Webb, 402 Richmond St., Rockingham, NC 28379; 895-7934 

Calvary Rev. Rick Carter, 16 Brierwood Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4403; 

754-5826 

Mr. Doug Causey, 13 Deep Branch Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470; 754-8075 

Mr. Rex Gore, 4621 Bluff Dr., Shallotte, NC 28470; 754-8075 

Mr. Eugene Perritt, 4690 Pigott Rd. SW, Shallotte, NC 28470-5310; 755-5329 

Rev. Jason Ross, 4222 Todd Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-5314; 754-6753 

Community Chapel Mr. Joseph Clewis, P.O. Box 532, Leland, NC 

28451-0532; 655-0617 
Mr. Milton Smith, 9035 Dales Haven Dr., NE, Leland, NC 28451-7945; 

371-2380 

Elah Mr. E.A. Britt, P.O. Box 949, Leland, NC 28451-0949; 371-3023 

Mr. John Butler, 1411 Old Fayetteville Rd. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8367; 

371-6271 
Mrs. Helen J. Lewis, 1568 Old Fayetteville Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8368; 

371-2834 
Mrs. Cindy Ulmer, 1816 Cedar Hill Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8136; 

371-3107 
Mr. Houston Williams, 1296 Lanvale Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8036; 

371-3386 

Faith Mrs. Ruby S. Casanova, 2179 Cherrytree Rd. NE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5465; 253-6862 
Mrs. Margaret Clemmons, 117 Danford Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8503; 

253-6849 
Mrs. Polly Willetts, 215 Danford Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8509; 253-6561 

Farmers Chapel Ms. Jeanette Jackson, 454 Delco Prosper Rd., Delco, NC 

28436; 655-9082 
Rev. Glenn Jackson, P.O. Box 280, Delco, NC 28436-0280; 655-9082 

Friendship Mrs. Ivey Gates, 2783 Long Gates Way, NW, Ash, NC 28420; 

287-6769 
Mrs. Barbara Long, 7940 Pireway Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2022; 287-6499 
Mrs. Christine Stanley, 7170 Hughes Smith Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-3012; 

287-6627 

Goshen Dr. Barbara Bell, 10276 Crofters Ct. SE, Leland, NC 28451-8558; 

371-0994 
Mr. Billy R. Lennon, 4355 Mount Misery Rd., NE, Leland, NC 28451-8817; 

655-3633 

Mr. Wade Stevens, 4630 Sawmill Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 655-3771 

Mrs. Vila Ree Stevens, 4630 Sawmill Rd. NE Leland, NC 28451-8877; 

655-3771 

Gospel Center Rev. Gary Boling, 2472 Ocean Station Rd., Supply, NC 28462; 

842-5647 
Mr. Ennis Swain, 210 Varnamtown Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462-6008; 

842-6217 
Mrs. Marilyn S. Swain, 210 Varnamtown Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462-6008; 

842-6217 
Rev. Doug Worley, 451 Maple Creek Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-2751; 

842-7153 

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Grace Mr. Archie Rising, 545 Village Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-4427; 

754-5112 
Mr. Jeff Sibbett, 3106 Longwood Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420-3000; 287-3973 

Jennies Branch Rev. Kenneth Benton, 5431 Beach Dr., SW, 

Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469-6360; 754-6533 
Barbara Kosanke, 1651 Oakside Court, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 

754-5924 
Mr. Bill Kosanke, 1651 Oakside Court, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469; 

754-5924 

Mr. James Marshall, RO Box 1497, Shallotte, NC 28459-1497; 754-3012 

Mr. Charles R. Midgette, 1551 Gores Landing Rd., SW, Ocean Isle Beach, 

NC 28469-6343; 754-6501 

Lebanon Mrs. Betty J. Land, 42 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9134 

Rev. Jessie (Jack) Land, 42 Danford Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9134 
Mr. Melvin Sherer, 1442 Sandy Rdg. Way, Leland, NC 28451 

Longwood Ms. Lena Buffkin, 94 Seaside Rd. SW, Sunset Beach, NC 28468; 

579-9789 
Ms. Judy Russ, 1706 Russ Haven Rd., Ash, NC 28420; 287-5244 

Mill Creek Ms. Vera G. Bowling, 1220 George II Hwy., SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8546; 253-6475 
Mrs. Carol Jean Kivette, 650 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 

28479-5404; 253-5050 

Mrs. Dottie Lewis, 5840 R.L. Lewis Ln., SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 845-2332 

Mrs. Elizabeth Willetts, P.O. Box 23, Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5319 

Mrs. Marjorie Willetts, 765 George II Hwy., SE, Winnabow, NC 28479-5403; 

253-6523 

Mount Olive Mrs. Nancy Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731; 253-5546 
Rev. Anthony W. Clemmons, 1941 Galloway Rd., NE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-8731; 253-5546 
Mr. Sheldon Pigott, 936 Ocean Hwy. W., Supply, NC 28462; 754-8770 
Mrs. Janice Pigott, 936 Ocean Hwy. W., Supply, NC 28462; 754-8770 

Mount Pisgah Mrs. Ginger Glendenning, 2073 Holden Beach Rd., 

Supply, NC 28462; 842-8398 
Mrs. Grace Husselman, 1816 Wood Duck St. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-2593 
Mr. Lloyd G.Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5190; 

842-8398 
Ms. Faye Tucker, 1592 Blackduck St., SW, Supply, NC 28462-5190; 

842-8398 

New Life Mrs. Laura Johnson, 4551 Alligator Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-2325; 

287-4688 
MissThelma Little, 4638 Little Prong Rd., NW, Ash, NC 28420-4218; 

287-3227 

Tom Mabry, 4675 Alligator Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420; 287-3015 

Mrs. Marion Warren, 3605 Exum Rd. NW, Ash, NC 28420-2715; 287-3221 

Oak Island First Rev. Charlie Carter, 1 1 9 NE 32nd St., Oak Island, NC 

28465-5922; 278-7825 

Peace Memorial Mr. Chuck Dyckman, P.O. Box 213, Winnabow, NC 

28479-0213; 253-4944 

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Rev. Douglas Fairfax, 1149 Queens Way, Leland, NC 28451-253-5944 

Mr. Frank Scearce, 375 Savanna Branch Rd., Leland, NC 28451; 371-9700 

Mr. William Yeauger, 5705 Pine St., Winnabow, NC 28479; 253-4228 

Prospect Mr. Gwen Causey, 946 Little Macedonia Rd. NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3748 
Mrs. Nora Hickam, 107 Planter's Ridge Dr. SW, Sunset Beach, NC 28468 

Sabbath Home Rev. Norman Bellamy, 2878 Shell Landing Rd. SW, Supply, 

NC 28462-2386; 842-631 1 

Mr. Wayne Smith, 2800 Eleanor Dr. SW, Supply, NC 28462-2473; 842-6317 

Rev. Rory J.Thigpen, 990 Sabbath Home Rd. SW, Supply, NC 

28462-5354; 842-6733 

Shallotte First Mrs. Bettie Carter, P.O. Box 127, Shallotte, NC 28459-0127; 

754-6823 

Mr. Doug Ward, 838 Stone Chimney Rd. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 842-5674 

Mrs. Gail Ward, 838 Stone Chimney Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3282; 

842-5674 

Shell Point.... Mrs. Una Nord, 2530 LinaTrl., Shallotte, NC 28470-1734; 

754-6780 
Mrs. Emily Riddle, P.O Box 1888, Shallotte, NC 28459-1888; 754-6686 
Mrs. Selene Robinson, 920 Turnpike Rd., SW, Supply, NC 28462-3338; 

842-351 
Mrs. Hester Shytle, 1281 Gray Bridge Rd., Shallotte, NC 28470-5954; 

754-8845 

Shoreline Dr. Billy Hutchinson, 2305 E. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island, NC 

28465-61 14; 278-9774 
Mrs. Kathy Workman, 23 Augusta Dr., Oak Island, NC 28465-8310; 278-5747 

Soldier Bay Mr. Eugene Baines, 3232 Longwood Rd., NW, Ash, NC 

28420-31 14; 287-6629 
Mr. Edward Smith, P.O. Box 1 1 1 , Ash, NC 28420-01 1 1 ; 287-6803 

Sunset Harbor First Mr. Henry Alexander, 1870 Zion Hill Rd. SE, Bolivia, NC 

28422-7704; 842-3254 

Supply Ms. Ruth Galloway, 94 Green Swamp Rd., NW, Supply, NC 

28462-3486; 754-6390 

Mr. Cletis Ketchum, 1660 Block House Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9592 

Mrs.Thelma Kitchen, 1660 Block House Rd., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-9592 

Mrs. Margaret Sellers, 142 Ocean Hwy., W, Supply, NC 28462; 754-4496 

Mrs. June Clemmons, 1 124 Spt/Supply Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422; 

754-6978 

Mrs. Geraldine Ward, 2137 Old Ocean Hwy., Bolivia, NC 28422; 253-5330 

Mrs. Jean Warford, 3378 ChannelSide Dr. SW, Supply, NC 28462; 

842-4242 

Town Creek Missionary Mrs. Vicki Edge, 6242 Rock Creek Rd., Leland, NC 

28451; 253-5002 

Mr. Larry Orr, 1080 Bear Trap Dr. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8720; 253-4688 

Rev. Vic C. Potter, 832 Green Hill Rd. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8624; 

253-5683 
Mrs. Lib Sellers, 1301 George II Hwy. SE, Bolivia, NC 28422-8541; 

253-5889 
Mr. Johnny Smith, 10324 Westbank Ct, SW, Leland, NC 28451-9581; 

371-9449 

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Woodburn First Rev. S.L. Doty, Jr., 114 Baldwin Dr., Leland, NC 28451-8248; 

371-9464 
Mr. Fred Outlaw, 9109 Highland Hills Dr. NE, Leland, NC 28451-8325; 

371-9757 
Mr. Bruce Vaughan, 291 Maco Rd., Leland, NC 28451 ; 253-7379 



Historical Events 

ANTIOCH: Hired part-time church secretary/treasurer. Purchased small strip of 
land to even up property line at parsonage. Purchased accounting program for 
church. Selected Youth Director Search Committee. Hired Choir director. 
Replaced carpet in all Sunday School rooms and hall. Purchased two flag poles, 
American & Christian flags for church yard. Purchased new stove for fellowship 
hall. Had one revival. Had enrollment of 104 in VBS. 

BEACH ROAD: First mission team of 8 men and women to Honduras - 10-18 April. 
First Youth Revival held 13-14 October. Began 6-week stewardship ministry 
classes in January. John and Loretta Westfall donated a 15-passenger van in 
September. Enlarged and remodeled nursery/toddler area. Presented "The 
Christ of the Passover (Seder)" on 24 of March, by Sheldon Alexander, a com- 
pleted Jew. Photos for Pictorial Church Directory in May. 

BOILING SPRING LAKES: Deacon Ordination for: Bryant Harllee and Dennis 
Owen. Robert McClain began a Senior Adult Ministry. 

BRUNSWICK ISLANDS: Celebrated 10th Anniversary on September 8, 2002. New 
Fellowship hall was dedicated on April 21, 2002. 

ELAH: Contracting for new fellowship hall. 

FAITH: DOM Sam Murphy preached April 7, 2002. Spring Revival April 28-May 2, 
2002, Rev. Landis Lancaster was the speaker. Guest Singer Paul Burning May 
5th. Singing group "Adoration" July 7th. June 22-27th VBS-very good attendance. 
Ruby Casanova held a special celebration for 9/1 1 . Naomi & Segos sang in 
September. Pastor Leo Cannon resigned as of Sept. 1 , 2002. James Whitworth 
is Interim Pastor until January 13, 2003. 

GOSHEN: Youth sponsored county wide tent revival. Twelve youth went to camp at 
Ridge Crest. Renewed emphasis on Children's choirs. Installed automatic lawn 
sprinkler heads. Stipends for 3 ministerial students from Donald Ray Watson 
Christian Scholarship Fund. 

GOSPEL CENTER: Second Church Annual issued. Second year to sponsor Back 
Yard Bible Club. Fifth year as C.I.S. sponsor. Second annual R.A. & Lads recog- 
nition service. 

LEBANON: We are in the process of adding on six class rooms. 

MILL CREEK: We called a new pastor, Rev. Mark Rogers. Held a very successful 
VBS. Upgraded our educational facilities by removing wall paneling and replac- 
ing it with room brightening materials. Replaced electrical system by installing 
new wiring & brighter fixtures. Replaced floor covering on front porch and 
vestibule. Purchased a van and carport. Ordained two deacons, Mr. Sandy Tyner 
and Mr. Russell Gregory. 

MT OLIVE: Pastor Anthony Clemmons and lay members, Jackie and Richard 
Crabtree made a mission trip to Haiti. Work was performed on orphanage com- 

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pound and hospital. Quilts for children to rest upon during church services were 
distributed; orphanage children were treated with ice cream. Collected food and 
clothing was distributed. 22.715 acres of land on Galloway Road and U.S. 17 
Ocean Highway. Acquired for new church site. Tapes of Sunday School and AM 
Worship mailed to approximately 15 homebound weekly. 

NEW LIFE: Deacon recognition service, youth activity group started. Homecoming, 
Vacation Bible School. 

PROSPECT: Continued-prayer partnership with a church in Alaska. 38 enrolled in 
enrolled in Vacation Bible School. January Bible Study. Installed water pump and 
sewer system. 

SABBATH HOME: Brotherhood Fish Fry - very successful. Renovated parsonage, 
paint kitchen range, carpet and tile. Called Pastor Rory Thigpen, March, 2002. 
Upgraded sound system. 

SHALLOTTE FIRST: GROWTH. ..VISION. ..SPACE.. .CHURCH BUILDING. We are 
in the process of starting our site prep work for a new church with The Tree of 
Life as our major fund-raising project. Our ministries for the year included: 
Vacation Bible School, RA Derby, Christmas in August by GA's, Mile of Pennies 
by the Mission Friends, Crop Walk, Brotherhood Missions, Creative Christians 
(seniors) made Lap Quilts for shut-ins, Prison Ministry, Hospital chaplaincy, 
Interchurch Council Food Pantry, Youth Ministries, our GA's collected items for 
the Christmas boxes and ourWMU held a prayer retreat. We had a Youth Minister 
for the summer, which was a great success and we've hired a part-time church 
secretary. Our growth included three sets of twins and seven single births this 
year. 

SOLDIER BAY; WOM held a Beneffit Horse Ride - Fundraiser for the clothes clos- 
et on 9/1 . New steps behind the church were built in Memory of George W. 
Smith. (10-11). Excellent attendance for Homecoming on 1 0-28-01 . Purchased 
high chairs and booster seats for fellowship hall (10-01). Repaired the parson- 
age and storage building (3-02_. Successful Easter Egg Hunt - approximately 
100 attended and had lots of fun (3-02). Purchased a 4-Dual VCR to Video 
Church Services and special events, (5-02(. New choir director, Shelby Waley, 
(6-02). The youth went on an outing every month. Four people baptized during 
the year. Two people joined our church. 

SOUTHPORT: Voted to proceed with building new Multi-Purpose Building. 

SUNSET HARBOR FIRST: First parsonage completed March, 2002. 

WOODBURN, FIRST: Remodeled Sanctuary April 23rd, completed in July. 
Installed new out-building and awnings along with picnic tables for fellowship 
time and special singing programs outside. 

ZION: Began Sign Ministries. 



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In Memoriam 


(Members Who Died During The Year) 


ANTIOCH 


GOSPEL CENTER 


Mr. Elwood J. Ballard 


Mr. Delane P. Atkinson 


Ms. Mary Lee M. Brittain 


Mrs. Olga Lena H. Durden 


Ms. Trell Downing 


Mrs. Brenda H. Galloway 


Mr. Oliver (Jerry) J. 


Mrs. Joyce (Punkin) V. 


Fowler 


Gore 


Ms. Ruby L. Reaves 


Mr. Walker B. Hewett 


Mr. John Paul Sellers 


Mrs. Lina M. Newhart 




Mrs. Estella Vinowa 


BEACH ROAD 


Stanley 


Mr. William S. Price 




Mr. John Westfall 


JENNIES BRANCH 




Mr. Alfred Williamson 


BEULAH 




Mr. J. B. Watts 


MILL CREEK 


Mrs. Ted Watts 


Mrs. M. Elizabeth Sellers 




Mrs. Mary Jane Sellers 


BRUNSWICK ISLANDS 


Mrs. Esther Mae Willetts 


Mrs. Nina Kizer 




Mr. Gilbert Stringer 


MOUNT OLIVE 




Mr. Bradley Bell 


CALVARY BAPTIST 




Mr. Cedric Brogden 


MOUNT PISGAH 


Mr. Michael Cushman 


Mr. Lee Cumbee 


Mr. Beamon Hewett 


Ms. Sylvia A. Johnson 


Mr. Wilson Long 




Mr. Richard Williams 


NEW LIFE 




Mrs. Ada McKeithan 


ELAH 


Edwards 


Mrs. Barbara Bumgarden 


Mrs. Eudell Little Evans 


Mr. Vernell Dale 


Mr. Roy McKeithan 


Mrs. Loretha Ganey 


Mr. Joseph Carl Pruitt, Sr. 


FAITH 


OAK GROVE | 


Mr. Wesley Brown 


Mr. Earnest Hewett 




Mr. Rodney Williams 


FARMERS CHAPEL 




Mr. Cecil L.Thompson 





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OLD SHALLOTTE 


SOUTHPORT 


Mr. David Grimes 


Mrs. Cassie Cochran 


Mr. Dwight Nesbitt 


Mr. A.F. Gavin 


Mr. Gilbert Rising 


Mrs. Verna Nantz 


Mr. Tim Ward 
PEACE MEMORIAL 


Mr. Roy Swain 
Mrs. Ressie Whatley 


Mr. Lee Daniels 


SUPPLY 


Mr. B.J. Mills 


Rev. Emory Hewett 
Mrs. Thelma Ketchum 


SABBATH HOME 




Mr. Luke Fulford - Deacon TOWN CREEK 


Mrs. Elizabeth Manning 


MISSIONARY 


SHALLOTTE, FIRST 
Mr. Jerry Danford 


Mr. Bobby R. Benton 
Miss Cheyenne Coffey 
Mrs. Inez M. Jarrell 


Mr. Benjamin Blanton Gray Mrs. Elsie Prigeon 
Mrs. Inez Gray Mrs. Pearl Sullivan 


Mr. John Osborn, Jr. 






WOODBURN, FIRST 


SHELL POINT 


Mr. Robert W. Helms 


Mr. Rotha Cheers 


Mr. Lawrence Holden 


Mr. Hubert Hewett 


Mr. Gordon Marshburn 




Mr. John Ross McKee 


SOLDIER BAY 




Mr. John R. Babson 


ZION 


Mrs. Vera B. Jenrette 


Mrs. Annie M. Hester 


Mrs. Edna Long 


Mrs. Alice McCumbee 


IIIIlMKftr.il'i&tti 







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Proceedings 

for the 
One Hundred and Fourth Annual Meeting 

of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association 

One Day Session 

ELAH BAPTIST CHURCH OF LELAND, NC 

Friday, October 26, 2002 

Our Vice Moderator, Dr. Wayne Adkisson, called the Annual Meeting of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association to order at the appointed time, in the absence of our 
moderator, Mr. Virgil Batten. Rev. Rick Carter, minister of music for Calvary Baptist 
Church and the Baptist Association, led all in attendance in the singing of the hymn 
"This is My Father's World." The pianist was Mrs. Lillian Hewett from Calvary Baptist. 

Rev. Donald Hardwick, pastor of Elah Baptist Church, led us in a time of devo- 
tion. He then welcomed everyone, (pastors, messengers and visitors) to our meet- 
ing. 

Dr. Wayne Adkisson presented the order of business, which was adopted as 
printed in the Proposed Order of Business. He then recognized and welcomed all of 
the pastors, messengers and visitors that were in attendance. 

Mrs. Arlene Hallman, associational clerk, gave the clerk's Book of Reports 
report. 

Rev. Rick Carter led everyone in the singing of the hymn, "How Great Thou Art". 
Miss Amy Walters, from Southport Baptist Church, is a member of the signing group 
called "Hands on High", and she signed to the song "Lord I Lift Your Name on High." 

The Missions Performance Group presented their reports - they were Rev. 
Kenneth Benton, the Evangelism report; Rev. David Stratton, the Pastoral Ministries 
report, Rev. Avery Lumsden, the Sunday School report; Rev. Purnell Swett, the 
Stewardship report; and Mrs. Ann Price, the WMU report. 

Dr. Paul Mullen who is the Director of Church and Community Relations from 
North Carolina Baptist Hospital, presented a very informative report on the Baptist 
Hospital of North Carolina. 

Dr. Wayne Wike, Baptist State Convention Executive Director, Council on 
Christian Higher Education gave us a report on some of the facts of the business of 
Christian Higher Education. 

Rev. Rick Carter led every one in singing the hymn "At Calvary". 

Rev. Charlie Smith presented the nominating committee report. 

Mrs. Joan Carter gave us a report on the activities and programs of the North 
Carolina Baptist Assembly. 

Mrs. Brenda B. Gray, Executive Vice President of Development and 
Communications of the Baptist Children's Homes, gave us a very interesting and 
informative report on some of the programs and other things that are being done for 
the children who are in the Baptist Children's Homes throughout North Carolina. 

Miss Ruth Galloway gave us the treasurer's report for the year. She also thanked 
everyone for their giving. The report was approved as presented. 

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Mr. Don Evans and Mr. Alan Bellamy, of the Finance committee, presented the 
Budget for 2002-2003. The budget was approved as read. 

Dr. George Gates, Baptist Hospital CareNet, Regional Center Director, who is 
also in charge of our Brunswick Counseling Services, gave us a report on the 
progress of the counseling center for this past year. 

Rev. Sam Murphy, our Director of Missions, gave us his report. 

Mrs.Tabitha Knight, gave us the Leisure Ministries Report. She told us about the 
plans for all of Brunswick County Baptist churches to sponsor a "Jesus" Video 
Project. To try to reach every home in the county with this video and try to win peo- 
ple to Jesus Christ. 

Mrs. Lib Sellers gave the Credentials Committee report as follows: 

Messengers 79 

Pastors 28 

Visitors 18 

Total 125 

Rev. Rick Carter had us all turn around to the person next to us and tell them how 
good looking they were, he then said that our Altar Call would be next for all who 
might need to come up and confess. He then led all of us in the singing of the hymn 
"I Stand Amazed In the Presence". 

Mrs. Arlene Hallman, Associational Clerk, read the Memorials from the church- 
es of our association for the year and Rev. Leo Cannon read from 1 st Thessalonians 
the 4th chapter, verses 13-18, he then read a poem and lea us in prayer. 

Ms. Terri Webb, Minister of Music at Brunswick Island Church, then favored us 
with a song. 

Our speaker for the afternoon was Rev. Terry Whitson, Southeastern Regional 
Director, "Jesus" Video Project. He told us briefly about himself and his work with the 
"Jesus" Video Project. He explained how the "Jesus" Video Project works and 
showed us all a brief excerpt from the video. 

Rev. Bill McNeill, pastor of Supply Baptist Church, then gave the benediction and 
also the blessing on the evening meal. 

EVENING SESSION 

Our evening session was called to order at 7:00 PM by our Vice Moderator, Dr. 
Wayne Adkisson. The Elah Baptist Church Adult Choir, accompanied by Mrs. 
Wanda Hardwick, then entertained us by singing a few very lively songs. 

Rev. Rick Carter led us all in singing the hymn "Revive Us Again", accompanied 
at the piano by Mrs. Elizabeth Williams from Antioch Baptist. 

Dr. Adkisson asked if there were any announcements at this time. Mrs. Margaret 
Clemmons made a few announcements. Rev. Mark Owens made note of the fact 
that Brother E.J. Prevatte was not able to be present for this year's meeting and 
asked that everyone remember him in prayer. Dr. Adkisson then let it be known that 
Brother E.J. is still faithful in attending Southport Baptist every Sunday morning even 
though he is unable to attend the Sunday Evening and Wednesday Evening ser- 
vices. 

Dr. Adkisson opened the floor for a time of business matters. At this time Rev. 
Anthony Clemmons seconded by Rev. Kenneth Benton, presented this motion - The 
authority granted to the Vision Committee at the January 14, 2002 meeting to 
administer the $75,495.81 set aside and designated for a new work in the northern 
end of the Brunswick Baptist Association is modified as follows: 

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(1) No more than 10 percent of available funds as of the date of this action may 
be committed to said project until a demographic study is presented to the 
Association at an Executive Board Meeting for its review, showing specifically the 
current population studies as well as future population projections to be used in 
locating the church start. 

(2) That following the presentation of a demographic study, the Church Planning 
Assist Team will gain a consensus of the Brunswick Baptist Association Pastors as 
to the direction of said project. 

(3) That no association funds, in excess of 10 percent of available funds (see 
Item 1 ) as of the date of this action may be committed to said project at anytime 
unless the new work will be affiliated only with this Association, the State Baptist 
Convention of North Carolina and the Southern Baptist Convention; (Affiliation with 
the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and/or Mainstream Baptist are not to be under- 
stood as inclusive of these other agencies) except those designated funds con- 
tributed by churches, for use without regard to this provision, may be used as des- 
ignated. 

After much discussion the question was asked and the motion passed. 

Mrs. Margaret Clemmons said that she had nothing to add to her Media Library 
Report except to remind people of how many good books, videos, etc. that are avail- 
able at the Associational Office for all to use. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Williams gave the Audit Committee report on behalf of the 
Brunswick County Audit Committee, certified that the books and records have been 
reviewed and are in balance as recorded by the treasurer. She also said that they 
wanted to thank her on behalf of the committee for the details of her records. 

The Resolutions Committee Report was given by Mrs. Gwen Causey as follows: 
The Resolutions committee recommend that this 104th Annual Session of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association enter into our records the following expressions of 
appreciation: (1) That we, as messengers to the Annual Session of the Brunswick 
Baptist Association, give praise and thanks to our Lord and Savior for His bountiful 
blessings upon us. (2) That we ask God to give us strength to help each other in our 
time of need, to stand tall and united as a nation. (3) That we pray for the leaders of 
our great country in their time of decisions. We ask that your infinite wisdom guide 
them gently to the right decisions. (4) That we pray for God to give us the strength 
to get through those difficult days that face each of us as a nation. Protect and guide 
our military, both at home and in foreign lands, as they provide security and safety 
for us (5) That we express our thanks to Elah Baptist church and their pastor, Rev. 
Donald Hardwick, for the marvelous hospitality to the messengers and visitors (6) 
That we commend the officers of the association for their faithfulness and devotion. 
They, along with our Associational Missionary, Rev. Sam Murphy, lend stability to the 
work of the association. (7) That we express our thanks to Terry Whitson, SE 
Regional Director "Jesus Video Project" and Rev. Tim Spencer, pastor of Antioch 
Baptist Church, for the challenges they extended to us through their messages. (8) 
That we also acknowledge with gratitude the services of those who helped plan and 
prepare for the program that we have enjoyed today. May the joy of Christian fel- 
lowship we have experienced today carry us throughout the coming year. May we 
commit ourselves to prayer that god will continue to unite us in His Service? The 
adoption of the Resolutions Committee Report was approved. 

Mrs. Causey also gave a brief summary of her History report. 

Rev. Charlie Smith gave the Hispanic Ministry Report. One of the points he 
brought out was the fact that the Association is renting a trailer on Route 130 that 

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they are using as a church. They are paying their own light bill. 

Mrs. Lib Sellers gave the Credentials Committee report for the day - they are- 
Pastors 29 

Messengers 91 

Visitors 19 

Total for the day 139 

Rev. Sam Murphy installed the officers for the following year, they are as follows: 

Moderator Rev. Wayne Adkisson 

Vice Moderator Mr. Marion Warren 

Clerk Mrs. Arlene Hallman 

Associate Clerk Mrs. Vickie Edge 

Treasurer Ms. Ruth Galloway 

Parliamentarian 

Rev. Wayne Adkisson, on behalf of the Budget Committee, presented the 
Proposed Budget for 2002-2003. After discussion on some questions about differ- 
ent areas of the budget - the motion to adopt this budget was made and passed. 

Rev. Wayne Adkisson gave a brief introduction for our speaker of the evening, 
Rev. Timothy Spencer, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church. We then sang the hymn "I 
Love to Tell the Story" led by Rev. Rick Carter. Then Rev. Donald Hardwick, pastor 
of Elah Baptist Church, led his adult choir in singing for us. 

Rev. Spencer then spoke on Nehemiah Chapter 4, verses 1 thru 6. The title of 
his message was "for the people have a mind to work." His message was challeng- 
ing for all. 

Rev. Wayne Adkisson called for the adjournment of the Brunswick Baptist 
Association 104th Annual Session. Rev. Barbara Bell then gave the benediction to 
close the meeting. 

Rev. Wayne Adkisson, Vice Moderator 
Mrs. Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

Director of Missions Report 

OUR MISSION MANDATE: 

Our Mission Mandate is a command-not a request. It is not an option. God 
wants us to capture a vision for mission. A vision that can come only from Him. 
Then keep the vision aiive and vibrant in our lives and our churches! God really 
wants us to do missions and He will do everything in His power to take us to vic- 
tory. We have a real familiarity with the words of the Great Commission. And 
maybe that is part of our challenge. We are so familiar with the Commission that 
it has lost its power to influence us. Allow The Holy Spirit - the one who gave us 
the command - to stir your heart aqain! 

THE GREAT COMMISSION Matthew 28: 18-20 

"Then Jesus came to them and said, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has 
been given to me. Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them 
in the name of the Father and of the Son and of The Holy spirit, and teaching them 
to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to 
the very end of the age.'" (NIV) 

THE GREAT COMMANDMENT Matthew 22: 37-40 

"Jesus said unto him, "Thou shalt love the Lord Thy God with all Thy heart, and 

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with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.' This is the first and great commandment. 
And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love they neighbor as thyself. On these 
two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." (KJV) 

MISSIONS UPDATES 

New Church Starts 

HISPANIC MISSION-ASH (Soldier Bay Baptist Church) 

This new work has been given birth! The mission is now the Door To Heaven 
Hispanic Church. The church is meeting in a single-wide mobile unit on Highway 
1 30 about five (5) miles east of Soldier Bay Baptist Church. This is the same group 
who has been meeting at Soldier Bay for about eight (8) years. The first official 
worship service was on Wednesday night, August 21 , 2002. There were between 
20 and 25 in worship. Please pray for this church! 

We have begun a process that will work out a budget for Door To Heaven. 
Presently we are paying rent to meet in the mobile unit. Thank the Lord-a gener- 
ous giver has provided the rent for the church to cover the remainder of this year. 
The church members have begun paying for utilities. As the church grows numer- 
ically and spiritually, she will assume more of the financial stewardship through 
her budget. Please pray for this church! 

This new church start remains under the excellent leadership of Rev. Charlie 
Smith, pastor of Soldier Bay and Missionary Robert "Bob" Bell, Service Corp mis- 
sionary with the North American Mission Board. We are working to identify 
churches who will partner together to sponsor the church. This needs to be a 
prayer real high on the prayer lists of all of the churches in the Association. Please 
pray for this church! 

NORTH BRUNSWICK CHURCH 

The steering team who has given leadership to this new work has now been 
meeting for about a year and a half. The team continues to review resumes in the 
search for a church planter. There have been some good leads but our Lord has 
not led them to the right servant. 

Our Vision Committee has come alongside this steering team in the search for 
a tract of land where the new church might be located. Again, our Lord has not 
provided the right opportunity at the right time for a tract to be identified. 

Please keep this new work high on your prayer list. 

COVENANT UPDATE 

I delight in covenant relationships. A covenant might be written or it might be 
a verbal agreement. A covenant relationship is founded more on a love relation- 
ship than on a legal relationship attached to some law or set of laws. 

When I first began serving the Brunswick Association as your Director of 
Missions I made a verbal covenant that entailed how I would attempt to minister 
to the churches and people. I covenanted that I would try to visit all of the church- 
es in the Association within my first year. I did not quite reach that goal but I did 
visit many of the churches. Most of the time for the morning worship hour, some- 
times for an evening service. I was invited to preach in many of the services which 
took me back to some of the churches on many occasions. And I conducted one 
revival. 

I also indicated how I like to have a covenant relationship with other associa- 
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counties. Brunswick is a member of the Eastern Consortium of 18 associations 
East of !-95. And out of that Consortium, a member of the Leisure Ministries 
Affinity Group-of which I am the chairman. The Eastern Consortium meets only 
about twice a year, the Affinity Group meets maybe once a quarter. Other repre- 
sentative groups with whom we have related CROP Walks, are Wilmington Area 
Recovery Ministry (WARM), and others. These groups represent opportunities for 
Brunswick to partner with other associations and organizations in order to reach 
North Carolina for Christ-especially right here in Brunswick County. 

BRUNSWICK ASSOCIATION 
Churches 44 

Crossroads and Zion (Full fellowship, October 14, 2002) 
New Church 1 Door To Heaven Hispanic Church 

(First meeting-August 21, 2002) 
Visited Churches 27 

Preached 15 

Revivals 01 

TRAINING SESSIONS 

1 have attended multiple training sessions at the Baptist State Convention 
Office, Caraway and Caswell. The focus of these sessions has been on leading 
churches and associations in partnership relationships to do Kingdom work. 

NEW CHURCH PLANTS THE NEED FOR MORE CHURCHES 

CHURCH PLANTING FACTS from Today magazine. "Church Planting & 
Evangelism". North American Mission Board. Winter,. 2002. 

40% 
The percent of Associations reporting no church-type missions among con- 
gregations 

49% 
The percent of Associations where no congregation was currently sponsoring 
a church-type mission 

66% 
The percent of Associations where no congregation reported starting a 
church-type mission in the previous year 

22% 
The percent of Associations with no indicator of church planting activity 

SUMMARY 

2 of 9 Associations had no church-type missions among their congregations. 
Had no congregations currently sponsoring a church-type mission. 

Had no congregations starting a church-type mission in the past year (2001). 

TOTAL CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 

1990 6.954 2001 9,966 

2000 9,097 2002 @ 10,000 

Average Annual Growth: 1990-2000 @200 

Summary: The population of the County has grown - and continues to grow - 
at a rate of more than 10 times faster than the growth of our churches' member- 
ships. 

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WHY START MORE CHURCHES 

First - makes our present churches stronger 

The new entry point into most of our churches: 

The worship service - Sunday morning 

Worship attendance: Usually @45% of the membership 

Conclusion: on any given Sunday - only @4,500 in worship 

People in Brunswick County not in worship/Church on any given Sunday 
Present county population @ 100,000 

Baptists in Worship @4,500 

Other Denominations @5,500 

Balance @ 90,000 

CONCLUSION: On any given Sunday there are @90.000 People in 
Brunswick county who are not in any church of any kind. 

STRATEGY 
THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS... 

Start a church in own association. ..in partnership with other churches 
and/or other associations. 

Start a church in another association. ..in partnership with that association. 
Start a church in another state or Canada. ..in partnership with that state 
or Canada. 

BRUNSWICK COUNTY PLANNING BOARD 
*Population Growth 
1990-50,985 
2000-73,143 
2002 - 75,350 
2002 - ©100,000+ (year's end) 
Households @42,000 

(Population: @2.5 residents per household) 
AVERAGE ANNUAL GROWTH - 1990-2000 @2,200+ 
The above numbers are very conservative in their estimations. So you can 
readily see that we desperately need more churches. 

Samuel H. Murphy 
Director of Missions 



Clerk's Report to the Association 

October 25, 2002 

I have received 35 Congregation Profiles as of this date, from the churches in 
our association. I want to thank all those involved in getting these profiles to me. 
Also I want to thank everyone for their cooperation when I had to call them for 
other information or some type of clarification pertaining to their profiles. 

I have not received the congregation Profiles from the following churches: 
Bethel, Bolivia, Crossroads, Friendship, Grace, Lebanon, New Ebenezer, Oak 
Island First and Trinity. If there is anyone here today from any of these churches, 
please let it be known in your churches that I need these reports and ask them to 
get in touch with me soon. I have just a few days left before I have to get these 
into the state convention and I would like to be able to have a much better repre- 

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sentation to send to them. We now have 44 churches in this Association and I 
don't think that receiving 35 profiles is a very good showing for our association. 

Just to give you an idea of what kind of numbers, from the reports I now have, 
to send to the state, I would like to give you some statistics from the 35 reporting 
churches. They are as follows: 

Total baptism for the year 347 (91 more than last year) 

Number of churches reporting no baptisms 5 (2 more than last year) 

All other additions to church rolls 320 (22 more than last year) 

Total Sunday School enrollment 4,919 (261 less than last year) 

Discipleship Training enrollment 783 (1,087 less than last year) 

Vacation Bible School 2,748 (16 less than last year) 

Total to date of all reported membership is . . . .14,047 (409 less than last year) 
This figure is made up of- 

Sunday School enrollment 4,919 

Total Church Membership 9,128 

As you can tell these figures are for the most part lower than last year. 
Therefore, if I don't get anymore of the profiles in before I send this report to SBC 
headquarters in Nashville and the State Office in Cary, we will not have a truly 
accurate report. Also, the Annual is made from these figures and without all the 
church profiles, this too is incomplete. So as I mentioned before if there are any 
of the pastors or officials from any of these nine churches here today, please get 
this message back to your people and see if they are not able to send these 
reports to me. I would appreciate this very much, as I am sure you would all like 
to be able to have a more accurate report to send into SBC and the State Office. 

The List of the "Early Birds" in the order they were received, is as follow: 

(1) New Life (11) Shell Point 

(2) Prospect (12) Farmers Chapel 

(3) Sabbath Home (13) Mt. Olive 

(4) Old Shallotte (14)Antioch 

(5) Supply (15) Mt. Pisgah 

(6) Beach Road (16) Gospel Center 

(7) Jennies Branch (17) Bonaparte 

(8) Soldier Bay (18)Zion 

(9) Town Creek (19) Beulah 

(10) Longwood (20) Brunswick Islands 

Thank you to all who had a hand in getting these reports to me early. This is 
always greatly appreciated. 

Thank you, 

Arlene J. Hallman 

Clerk 



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Board of Directors Meeting 

JANUARY 14,2002 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session on Monday, January 14, 2002, at Town Creek Baptist Church. The meet- 
ing was called to order by our moderator, Virgil Batten. Rev. Donald Harwick then 
favored us with the song - "Victory in Jesus". Rev. Vic Potter, Jr., Pastor of the host 
church welcomed all of us. He then led us in a brief devotion on his favorite Psalm 
34. He then introduced, what he called, "His Trio" from Town Creek Baptist Church 
to sing for us. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 20 churches, 1 1 pastors, 23 rep- 
resentatives, 2 members of the mission performance group, 3 general officers, 1 
director of missions and 13 visitors - making a total of 53 in attendance. The min- 
utes for the October 15, 2001 meeting were read and approved. The financial 
report was given by our treasurer, Ms. Ruth Galloway - this was approved as pre- 
sented. 

Rev. David Straton, pastor of Brunswick Islands Baptist Church, asked for any 
prayer requests from the members, he then led us in the Associational Prayer. 

Ms. Margaret Clemmons made an announcement concerning the Media 
Library Annual Meeting to be held April 12, 13 & 14th at Caswell. She said she 
would be sending out letters to all the churches at a later date, she just wanted 
everyone to be aware of it now, so they could start announcing this meeting in 
their churches and maybe get more people interested in going. 

There was no old business. New business - Sam Murphy, our Director of 
Missions, made an announcement about a new church start that they have been 
looking at. The need for new churches is "Trying to reach more people for Christ". 
This need is in the northern part of our association and the location gives us the 
opportunity to be in partnership with the Wilmington Association. There are two 
churches in that association who have shown interest in being in partnership with 
us. The area has not been decided on as of yet, they are still looking for the best 
location. After Rev. Murphy explained this project to us - Purnell Swett, on behalf 
of the Vision Committee, made the following motion - "Pursuant to previously 
established guidelines, the Vision Committee moves that $75,495.81 currently set 
aside for New Church starts be designated for a new work in the northern end of 
the Brunswick Association and that the Vision Committee be authorized to admin- 
ister those funds to that end." Motion carried. 

Our Director of Missions, Rev. Sam Murphy, gave us his report. 

Rev. Charlie Smith, Pastor of Soldier Bay Baptist Church, gave the benediction 
and also the blessing on the refreshments. 

We then adjourned to the fellowship hall. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 



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Board of Directors Meeting 

APRIL 15, 2002 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session, Monday, April 15, 2002, at Soldier Bay Baptist Church. The meeting was 
called to order by our moderator, Mr. Virgil Batten. Everyone present sang the 
hymn "How Great Thou Art", led by Rev. Rick Carter. Rev. Charlie Smith, Pastor of 
Soldier Bay Baptist Church, welcomed all of us. For our worship portion of the pro- 
gram, Rev. Smith offered prayer and then the Soldier Bay Baptist Church choir 
sang several numbers for us. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 16 churches, 9 pastors, 22 rep- 
resentatives, 3 general officers, 2 missions performance group members, 1 direc- 
tor of missions and 21 visitors - for a total of 58 in attendance. The minutes for the 
January 14, 2002 meeting were read and approved. The financial report was 
given by our treasurer, Ms. Ruth Galloway - this was approved as presented. 

Rev. Glenn Jackson, pastor of Farmers Chapel Baptist Church, asked for any 
prayer requests from the members after which he then led us in the Associational 
Prayer. 

Rev. Sam Murphy, our Director of Missions, introduced the newest pastors in 
our association. They are - Rev. Duncan Futrelle and Rev. Rory Thigpen. Rev. Troy 
Knight, on behalf of the Missions Performance Group, made a recommendation 
for us to create a church planning assist team. This team will assist the associa- 
tion in planning new churches, they would be in place from 2002 to 2005 and 
would not be a rotating committee. The missions performance group will make the 
selection for the team members. Motion made and approved. Marion Warren, on 
behalf of the Personnel Committee, recommended that we appoint Mrs. Tabitha 
Knight to be our Leisure Ministry Missionary. This is a year round, part-time posi- 
tion, 21 hours per week with a salary of $13,500.00. These monies coming from 
the association and the state convention. Motion made and passed. The 
Nominating Committee recommended that Jay Houston serve on the Vision 
Committee - motion made and passed. 

There was no new or old business. Rick Carter then led everyone in singing 
the hymn "Send the Light". 

Rev. Sam Murphy, our Director of Missions, gave us his report. 

Rev. Avery Lumsted led us in the benediction and also the blessing on the 
refreshments. 

We then adjourned to the fellowship hall. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

Board of Directors Meeting 

MONDAY, JULY 15, 2002 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session on the above mentioned date, at Antioch Baptist Church. Our moderator, 
Mr. Virgil Batten, called the meeting to order. Rev. Rick Carter then led everyone 
in singing the hymn ".The Church's One Foundation". Rev. Timothy Spencer, pas- 
tor of Antioch Baptist Church, welcomed all of us to the meeting. For our worship 

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1. 


Antioch 


16. 


Goshen 


32. 


Sabbath Home 


2. 


Beach Road 


17. 


Gospel Center 


33. 


FBC Shallotte 


3. 


Bethel 


18. 


Grace 


34. 


Shell Point 


4. 


Beulah 


19. 


Jennie's Branch 


35. 


Shore Line 


5. 


FBC B.S. Lakes 


20. 


Lebanon 


36. 


Soldier Bay 


6. 


Bolivia 


21. 


Longwood 


37. 


South Port 


7. 


Bonaparte 


22. 


Mill Creek 


38. 


FBC Sunset Harbor 


8. 


Boone's Neck 


23. 


Mt. Olive 


39. 


Supply 


9. 


Brunswick Islands 


24. 


Mt. Pisgah 


40. 


Town Creek 


10. 


Calvary 


25. 


New Ebenezer 


41. 


Trinity 


11. 


Community Chapel 


26. 


New Life 


42. 


FBC Woodburn 


11a. 


Crossroads 


27. 


Oak Grove 


42a. 


Zion 


12. 


Elah 


28. 


Oak Island 


43. 


Resource Center 


13. 


Faith 


29. 


Old Shalotte 


44. 


N.C. Baptist 


14. 


Farmer's Chapel 


30. 


Peace Memorial 




Assembly - Caswell 


15. 


Friendship 


31. 


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portion of the program, Rev. Spencer offered prayer and then the Church choir 
sang "Let Others See Jesus In You" and "I Love To Tell The Story". 

The attendance report was given as follows: 22 churches, 15 pastors, 23 rep- 
resentatives, 3 general officers, 4 missions performance group, 1 director of mis- 
sions and 23 visitors, making a total of 69 in attendance. The minutes for the April 
15, 2002 meeting were read and approved. Our treasurer, Ms. Ruth Galloway, 
gave the financial report - this was approved as presented. 

Rev. Albert Young, pastor of Oak Grove Baptist Church, asked for any prayer 
requests from the members, after which he then led us in the Associational 
Prayer. Pastor Sam Murphy, Director of Missions, introduced the newest pastor in 
our association, Rev. Richard Hicks, pastor of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church. 

Rev. Wayne Adkisson, pastor of Southport Baptist Church, brought three (3) 
recommendations from the Mission Performance Group. They were (1) That 
Tabitha Knight, Leisure Ministry Missionary of the Association, represent the 
Brunswick Baptist Association at the 2002 Leisure Ministry conference in 
Houston, Texas - September 30-October 2, 2002 and that the expenses be paid 
from funds released from other committee budgets with the consent of chairper- 
sons of these committees and the treasurer, Ruth Galloway. (The WMU and 
Sunday School have offered budget funds and the expenses are estimated to be 
$485). (2) That Crossroads Baptist Church be given watch care status with the 
Brunswick Baptist Association, retroactive to October 2001 . These two (2) recom- 
mendations were passed. The third recommendation was withdrawn due to the 
cancellation of the event. 

Old Business: Shirley Babson, Christian Life and Public Affairs Group, asked 
that we make an amendment that we have two resolutions, one using the words 
from the previous resolution from two years ago and the second one banning all 
video poker machines. Motion made and passed. 

There was no new business. Rev. Rick Carter then led us in singing the hymn 
"Leaning on the Everlasting Arms". Then Rev. Carter asked for some to give their 
testimonies. 

Rev. Sam Murphy, in Tabitha Knight's absence, referred to the newsletter for 
her report. He then gave his Associational Missionary report. 

Rev. Kenneth Benton, pastor of Jennies Branch Baptist Church, gave the 
benediction and also the blessing for the refreshments. 

We then adjourned to the fellowship hall. 

Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 

Board of Directors Meeting 

OCTOBER 14, 2002 

The Board of Directors of the Brunswick Baptist Association met in regular 
session on the above mentioned date. The meeting, held at Calvary Baptist 
Church, was called to order at 7:00 PM by our moderator, Mr. Virgil Batten. Mr. 
Jason Ross, then led everyone in singing the hymn "Blessed Be the Name". Mr. 
Virgil Batten, layman from Calvary Baptist Church, welcomed everyone to the 
meeting. He then introduced Miss Heather Faircloth, also from Calvary Baptist 
Church, who favored us with a few very beautiful hymns. 

The attendance report was given as follows: 30 churches, 23 pastors, 47 rep- 

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resentatives, 5 general officers, 2 missions performance group, 1 director of mis- 
sions and 1 3 visitors making a total of 91 attendance. The minutes for the July 1 5, 
2002 meeting were read and approved. Our treasurer, Ms. Ruth Galloway, gave 
the financial report - this was approved as presented. Rev. Rory Thigpen, pastor 
of Sabbath Home Baptist Church, led us in the Associational Prayer. 

Committee reports: Rev. Wayne Adkisson, pastor of Southport Baptist 
Church, brought two (2) recommendations from the Missions Performance Group. 
They were (1) That we receive into full fellowship two (2) churches that have met 
all the membership criteria for our association. The churches are: Crossroads 
Baptist Church, Rev. Jackie Spillers, pastor and Zion Baptist Church, which has 
no pastor at this time. (2) That the nominating committee appoints a Long Range 
Planning Committee to determine future needs for the land owned by the associ- 
ation. Both of these recommendations were voted on and passed. Rev. Adkisson 
also brought to us a report on the Church Plant Team task group. Which read as 
follows: Based on a decision made at the Board of Directors meeting on April 15, 
2002, whereby the Missions Performance Group was directed to appoint a task 
group to organize a Church Plant Team, the Missions Performance Group brings 
the following names for membership on that task group. Sam Murphy, Director of 
Missions; Tabitha Knight, Leisure Ministries Missionary; Wayne Adkisson, Vice 
Moderator/Missions Performance Group Chairman and Avery Lumsden, Sunday 
School. The assignment of the task group will be to write a job description for the 
Church Plant Team, determine the size of the team, and to recommend those who 
will serve on the Church Planting Team. The composition of the church Planting 
Team will be balanced so that the whole association is represented. 

Mr. Jason Ross led everyone in singing the hymn "Because He Lives". 

Old Business: There was none. 

New Business: Rev. Anthony Clemmons brought two (2) motions before the 
board for approval. They were: (1) No church or church start in this association, 
shall be eligible to receive funds from this association unless it includes the word 
Baptist in its official name. Motion was approved. And (2) I so move that the min- 
utes of the Brunswick Baptist Association reflect that no committee has been 
empowered by this association and therefore has no authority to represent this 
association in performing interviews with church planters or to represent this 
association in any way concerning church starts to the state convention or any 
other agency. Motion was approved. 

Tabitha Knight gave us a brief report on the things being planned for our asso- 
ciation in the near future. She mentioned that God has given her a vision for a pro- 
gram called "Tidal Wave 2003". This program has to do with the Jesus Video. She 
urged everyone to attend our annual meeting on October 25, 2002 at Elah Baptist 
Church. She will be talking more about this program and also the speaker for the 
meeting will be Terry Whitson who is the South East Director for the Jesus Video 
project. 

Rev. Sam Murphy, our director of missions, gave us some of the highlights from 
his report (of which we all received copies). Rev. Richard Hicks, pastor of Mt. 
Pisgah Baptist Church, gave the benediction and also the blessing for the refresh- 
ments. 

Since this was Virgil Batten's last meeting as moderator, he thanked everyone 
for being here and also thanked everyone for supporting him and for all their help 
in the last two (2) years that he has been moderator. 

We then adjourned to the fellowship hall. 



Virgil Batten, Moderator 
Arlene J. Hallman, Clerk 



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2002/2003 Proposed Budget 

BRUNSWICK BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 



100 


MISSION ACTION 


2001/02 


2002/03 


1. 


Resort Ministry 


3,000 


3,000 


2. 


Hispanic Ministry 


13,000 


6,000 


3. 


New Missions 


1,500 


1,500 


4. 


Bible Conference 


3,000 


3,000 


5. 


Hunger Relief Fund 


10.500 


10.000 






$30,500 


$23,500 


200 


MISSION PERFORMANCE 






1. 


Pastor/Deacon Training 


1,100 


1,000 


2. 


Sunday School Training 


1,500 


1,500 


3. 


Discipleship Training 


500 


500 


4. 


WMU 


3,700 


3,000 


5. 


Brotherhood 


6,070 


6,070 


6. 


Music 


500 


250 


7. 


Evangelism 


500 


500 


8. 


Stewardship 


1,250 


500 


9. 


Recreation 


100 


100 


10. 


Christian Life/Family 


300 


200 


11. 


Youth 


2,000 


2,000 


12. 


Media Library 


1,000 


1,000 






$18,520 


$16,620 


300 


PERSONNEL 







Director of Missions 
1) Ministry Expense 



a. Travel 


$4,500 


$5,000 


b. Convention/Conferences 


1,500 


1,500 


d. Hospitality/Entertainment 





500 


2) Direct Income 






a. Base Salary 


25,478 


25,478 


b. Housing 


20,000 


21,275 


c. Utilities/Maintenance 


3,275 


3,275 


d. Social Security Offset 


4,134 


4,232 


3) Benefits 






a. Retirement 


4,961 


5,089 




63,848 


66,349 


2. Leisure Ministries Missionary (CCM) 






1) Salary- BBA 


7,000 


8,000 


Salary - BSC 


3,500 


3,000 


2) Travel 


3,000 


3,000 




13,500 


14,000 


3. Secretary 






1) Salary 


$20,200 


$21,200 


2) Benefits 






a. Social Security 


1,545 


1,622 


b. Retirement 


1,000 


1,000 



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c. Insurance 

1) Life & Disability 281 305 

3) Medical 3.500 5.016 

$26,526 $29,143 
4. Clerk 

1) Honorarium $175 $175 

2) Expenses 350 350 

$525 $525 

TOTAL PERSONNEL $104,399 $110,017 

400 OPERATING EXPENSES 



1. Office 






1) Supplies 


$4,000 


$4,800 


2) Bulk Mailing 


1,200 


1,200 


3) Postage 


1,400 


1,200 


4) Telephone/Cellular 


2,500 


3,200 


5) Printing 


250 


250 


6) Mailing Permit/Box Rent 


150 


150 


2. Equipment 






1) Repairs 


500 


500 


2) New Purchases 


500 


12,521 


3. Insurance 






1) Resource Center 


2,050 


2,600 


2) Workman's Comp. 


600 


650 


4. Building & Grounds 






1) Janitorial Contract 


5,500 


5,500 


2) Janitorial Supplies 


300 


200 


3) Utilities 


3,500 


3,000 


4) Landscaping 


600 


500 


5) Building Maintenance/Repairs 


2,000 


2,000 


5. Kitchen Refreshments 


200 


150 




$25,250 


$38,421 


500 COMPUTER 






1 . Website 


$1,800 


$1,800 


600 STATISTICAL/PROGRAMS 






1. Annual Meeting 






(1) Speakers 


400 


300 


3. Annual Minutes (Printing) 


1,800 


1.800 




$2,200 


$2,100 


700 LEADERSHIP TRAINING 






1 . Key Leadership 


75 


75 




$ 75 


$ 75 


800 MISCELLANEOUS 






1. Contingency Fund 


$1,500 


$1,500 


BUDGET GRAND TOTAL 


$184,244 


$194,083 



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ANTICIPATED SOURCES OF FUNDING 

1 . Brunswick Baptist Association 

1) Contributions from Churches $132,600 132,000 

2) General Fund Balance 47.800 39,000 

$180^400 $17TtU0U 

2. Escrow Funds 

1) State Missions 6,458 7,683 

2) Hispanic Ministry 3,178 3,000 

3) Resort Ministry 2,628 2,628 

4) Associational Crusade 5.555 5.555 

$17t8T9 $18^856 

3. Anticipated Funds from BSC 

1) Resort Ministry 1,600 1,100 

2) Leisure Ministries Missionary (CCM) 3,500 3,000 

3) Hunger Relief 10.000 10.000 

$15,100 $14,100 

Yearly Financial Report 

October 2001 - September 2002 

Checking Account Balance, October 1, 2001 $ 57,585.59 

Receipts from the Churches 133,525.28 

Baptist State Convention 

Shoreline Baptist Church 1,602.00 

DOM Orientation (Meal) 11.30 

Leisure Ministry 2,500.00 

Deep Impact (Handy Man Fund) 3,000.00 

Brunswick Counseling Services, Inc. (Calvary) 4,833.00 

New Church Starts (Brunswick Islands) 1,200.00 

Minute Fund 216.00 

BBA Histories 35.00 

GA/RA/CA Day Camp 500.00 

Charles & Ann Smith (Love Gift, Deep Impact) 850.00 

Corbin Cooper (Gift) 100.00 

Anonymous gift (Hispanic Mission in Ash) 1,050.00 

Brunswick Nuclear Plant/Progress Energy (Baptist Men) 100.00 

William Edwards Allen III (Chain Saw) 422.81 

Church Mutual Workers Comp. Refund 108.00 

Brunswick Counseling Service (Postage Reimbursement) 177.27 

Patricia Lewis (Reimbursement for Phone Call) 13.30 

Atlantic Telephone (Capital Credit Refund) 50.45 

Mill Creek (Dental Bus Prescriptions) 400.00 

Bolivia Baptist Church to Cooperative Program 506.86 

Gospel Center (Ann Price to SBC Convention) 100.00 

RA Mission Fair/Car Race Offering for International Missions 356.00 

From Savings Account from Disaster Trailer Fund (Nailer) 296.00 

From Savings Account for Disaster Recovery Building 8,760.36 

BB&T Interest 84.95 

Amount Received During the Year $160.798.58 

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TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR $218,384.17 

EXPENDITURES 

Office Personnel 

Interim Director of Missions 

Salary 1,517.69 

Housing 1505.38 

Social Security 311.16 

Retirement 773.41 

Medical Insurance 246.50 

Travel (Sept.-Oct.) 834.39 

Director of Missions 

Salary 23,560.31 

Housing 18,494.61 

Utilities 3,028.50 

Social Security 3,822.84 

Retirement 4,134.20 

Travel 4,161.29 

Convention/Conference 850.54 

Leisure Ministries Missionary 

Salary 3,900.71 

Travel 1,325.00 

Internal Revenue 717.69 

N.C. Dept. of Revenue 91.00 

Administrative Assistant 

Salary 13,919.95 

Internal Revenue 5,510.84 

N.C. Department of Revenue 973.36 

Retirement 2,299.96 

Insurance 5,404.52 

Clerk 

Honorarium 175.00 

OPERATING EXPENSES 

Office 

Supplies 4,760.98 

Bulk Mailing 915.95 

Postage 928.43 

Mail Permit & P.O. Box Rent 200.00 

Telephone & FAX 2,031.84 

Mobile Phone 1,030.05 

Insurance - (Building & Worker's Comp) 3,205.00 

New Purchases (Printer, Software) 530.60 

Janitorial Contract 5,500.00 

Janitorial Supplies 25.00 

Utilities (Electricity & Water) 2,567.35 

Building & Grounds (Repairs & Maintenance) 143.75 

Mowing and Cleaning Back Lot 325.00 

Fill-in for Secretary 690.00 

Brunswick County Revenue (Fire Fee) 100.00 

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Printing of Annuals (Minutes) 1,760.78 

Printing of Stationary and Cards 409.96 

Tools of Ministry (Web Site and Software) 1 ,050.00 

Brunswick Counseling Services, Inc. (Calvary) 4,833.00 

Shoreline Baptist Church 1,602.00 

Director of Missions Search Committee 

Travel, Mileage, Motel 960.25 

Movers 4,454.00 

Church Start (Mileage) 355.13 

Jail Ministry (Bibles) 351.56 

Disaster Recovery Building (Materials) 8,760.36 

Disaster Recovery Trailer Equipment (Chainsaw & Nailer) 718.81 

Ann Price (SBC Convention from Gospel Center) 100.00 

Key Leadership 120.00 

Annual Meeting Speaker (Michael Cogdill) 250.00 

Hispanic Ministry 

(Summer Worker, Rent, Hispanic Assistant, Videos) 4,642.45 

BB & T (Printed Checks, 74.00; Safety Deposit Box 45.00) 1 1 9.00 

Patricia Lewis (Reimbursement for Phone Call) 13.30 

Secretaries Appreciation Lunch 102.38 

Baptist State Convention - Cooperative Program (Bolivia B.C.) 506.86 

CVS (Prescriptions for Dental Bus) 225.69 

Leisure Ministries Missionary (Dues) 35.00 

Pastor's Retreat (Deposit) 270.00 

Programs 

Brotherhood 

Storage Units 1,250.00 

RA's 1,353.48 

Medical/Dental Bus 668.78 

Deep Impact 3,706.99 

Discipleship Training 500.00 

Evangelism (Bible Conference) 2,348.99 

GA's (Day Camp and Shirts) 747.21 

Media/Library 1,000.00 

Missions Performance Group (Working Lunches) 230.01 

Pastoral Ministries (Clergy Cookout) 184.90 

Sunday School 635.61 

WMU 1,468.24 

Youth 1,739.16 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $167,986.70 

General Fund 39,243.56 

Mission Project/People Search 807.00 

Resort/Leisure Ministry 1,128.00 

Ministerial Fund 102.14 

Hispanic Ministry 178.59 

Honduras Mission Trip 106.89 

Mission Development 626.87 

Mission Work - Mildred Blankenship 100.00 

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Supplies for Summer Worker ." 13.69 

Mrs. Hayden Gartner 50.00 

Girls in Action Fund 511.27 

Resort/Leisure Oak Island 1,500.00 

Pastors' Conference in October 100.00 

Disaster Relief and Hunger Fund 420.68 

New Start Work (Brunswick Islands) 2,644.87 

Beach Ministry (Calvary) 270.00 

Baptist Men (Progress Energy-CP & L) 100.00 

Handy Man Fund 1,776.16 

Hispanic Ministry Fund 350.00 

CHECKING ACCOUNT BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2002 $ 50,397.47 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, October 1, 2001 $15,491.41 

Interest 495.37 

SUBTOTAL $15,986.78 

To Disaster Recovery Building -8,760.36 

TOTAL $7,226.42 

Baptist State Convention (Crusade Ass't. NAMB) 3,000.00 

Baptist State Convention (Brunswick Assoc. Revival Crusade) .... 2,500.00 

Baptist State Convention (Hispanic Assistance) 3,000.00 

N.C. Missions Offering 

1996-2000 6,457.82 

2001 1,226.09 

Total 7,683.91 

Brotherhood Disaster Recovery 

Trailer Fund 1,373.99 

Nailer Purchase 296.00 

Total 1,669.99 

Sale of Donated Lot (Oak Island) 41,154.80 

SAVINGS ACCOUNT BALANCE, SEPTEMBER 30, 2002 $65,643.12 

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 

Security Savings Bank - CD from Sale of Calabash Property 

(New Work) $141,435.08 

BB&T - CD from Sale of Donated Oak Island Lot (New Work) $ 35,341 .01 

Coastal Baptist Study Center 
2001 -2002 Yearly Financial Report 

Checking Account Balance October 1 , 2001 $4,202.46 

Interest 17.79 

CHECKING ACCOUNT BALANCE, September 30, 2002 $4,220.25 

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Contributions from the Churches 2001-2002 

Antioch $3,000.00 

Beach Road 10,345.59 

Bethel 1,774.90 

Beulah 1,884.37 

Boiling Spring Lakes First 5,047.00 

Bolivia 836.88 

Bonaparte 0.00 

Boones Neck 631.29 

Brunswick Islands 8,347.89 

Calvary 11,273.00 

Community Chapel 509.47 

Elah 5,000.00 

Faith 1,750.54 

Farmers Chapel 200.00 

Friendship 500.00 

Goshen 3,500.01 

Gospel Center 1,200.00 

Grace 500.00 

Jennies Branch 6,692.92 

Lebanon 1,187.22 

Longwood 600.00 

Mill Creek 1,463.68 

Mount Olive 1,500.00 

Mount Pisgah 3,633.33 

New Ebenezer 682.02 

New Life 500.00 

Oak Grove 600.00 

Oak Island First 2,400.00 

OldShallotte 2,000.00 

Peace Memorial 1,500.00 

Prospect 523.74 

Sabbath Home 2,732.65 

Shallotte First 6,463.29 

Shell Point 2,872.37 

Shoreline 558.57 

Soldier Bay 5,536.83 

Southport 13,452.55 

Sunset Harbor First 1,800.00 

Supply 4,200.00 

Town Creek 11,667.89 

Trinity 317.38 

Woodbum First 3,338.23 

(Zion) 300.00 

(Crossroads) 801.67 

TOTAL $133,525.28 

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Audit Committee Report 

October 25, 2002 

On behalf of the Brunswick County Audit Committee, we hereby certify that the 
books and records have been reviewed and are in balance as reported by the 
treasurer. We wish to thank her on behalf of the committee for the detail of her 
records. 

Elizabeth Williams 
Pastoral Ministries 

October 25, 2002 

Just after the Holy Spirit came on that miraculous day of Pentecost, Acts 2 tells 
us that the early believers, among other things, "devoted themselves to the fel- 
lowship" (NIV). That word "fellowship" is a translation of a form of the Greek word 
koinonia . It is a word that describes a deep bond of love. One author wrote that 
the word means that early believers were like family to one another. 

Christian fellowship is important - it is biblical. This is one of the reasons that 
we, in the BBA gather like we are today. We hear reports, we worship, yes, but we 
also have an opportunity to fellowship - to be family to one another. When we sit 
down to eat later, I hope you will seek out some folks other than those from your 
own church. You can see them anytime. Fellowship with some of your brothers and 
sisters from other churches in the association. Get to know them. Be family to one 
another. That's biblical. 

Koinonia, fellowship is necessary for all of us, but, as the Pastoral Ministries 
Director of our Association I am here to point out that it is important for our pas- 
tors to be like family to one another. Indeed, the biblical work of Christian fellow- 
ship among the pastors is a crucial first step to many other tasks of pastoral min- 
istries. In the last year we tried through pastor ministries to facilitate fellowship 
among the pastors. We provided some funds to help offset some of the cost some 
already established fellowship gatherings of our pastors. 

We also held, to my knowledge, the clergy picnic for all associational clergy, 
(active, retired, assistant, associate, music, youth, whatever) and their immediate 
families. This event was held around the pool at the home of Mark and Joan 
Owens. About 35 associational ministers and/or family members attended. The 
children, and a few of the adults swam. We ate, we sang, and we were just fami- 
ly to one another for a little while. 

In the upcoming year we hope to hold our second such picnic and develop fur- 
ther opportunities for fellowship among the pastors. Such koinonia is biblical and 
it provides an opportunity for ministers to form a deeper bond of love with one 
another, which will help us in many ways in associational work. 

David Stratton 



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Media Library Report 

For the Year October 2001 to September 2002 

Your Media Librarian attended ETC and Key Leadership Conference on 
October 5 & 6, 2001 . It was decided to have only one TAMMY meeting and this 
was held April 22, 2002 after the Annual Media Library Workshop at Caswell ear- 
lier in the month. 

Had only four (4) churches attend our meeting but a lot of information was 
shared. 

It was our hope that more of our media libraries will take advantage of our 
meetings when they are at Caswell. The next one will be held at Caraway and then 
2004 will be at Caswell again. 

Many new books and videos have been added to the Resource Center. 

If I can be of assistance in 2002-2003, please call on me. 

Margaret Clemmons 
253-6849 

History Committee 

As churches of the association we continue the process of creating a history 
of our existence for future generations. We have existed as Brunswick II 
Association since November, 1899. Briefly, from 1887 to 1894, 13 churches joined 
together to "urge the necessity of our Baptist churches to become fully interested 
in Christian work." They laid the foundation and created the structure of our pre- 
sent association. From ten churches in 1899 to 44 churches in 2002 is quite an 
accomplishment and speaks highly of the outreach ministry our churches have 
developed and used to reach the lost of Brunswick County for Christ. 

As you collect and compile items for your history collection there are several 
things to remember. Keep legible records that are clear and concise. Use acid free 
paper whenever possible. Store photographs in acid free sleeves and store them 
in fireproof boxes. Don't overlook the senior citizens of your church and the many 
memories they have of church activities. Make an audio or video tape of them or 
have them prepare a written account. 

The Baptist History Collection at Wake Forest University is a repository for 
church records. The Collection concentrates on Baptist documents and artifacts. 
It contains a large assortment of association minutes, records of 600 churches 
dating from the early 1700's and approximately 10,000 biographical folders on 
North Carolina pastors. All minute books of our association are in the collection. 
All churches have a folder and many of our pastors (both past and present) have 
a biographical file. Whenever you're in Winston-Salem, make an effort to visit the 
Z. Smith Reynolds Library to explore the collection and take a look at your 
church's file. It is now possible to access the Collection via the Internet. The web 
address is: www.wfu.edu/library/baptist. 

The members of this committee are available to help you in the writing of your 
church history or to give you suggestions on how and where to find information 
needed for special programs, such as homecomings. The Baptist History and 
Heritage Society has a resource kit for churches interested in compiling their local 
histories. The kit includes a "How-To Manual for Your Church's History" featuring 

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guidelines for church history committees, information about church anniversary 
celebrations, tools of research, writing and publishing church histories and sug- 
gestions for observing Baptist Heritage Sunday. It also includes practical sugges- 
tions for locating and preserving church records; displaying and exhibiting a 
church's history and communicating, dramatizing and photographing a church's 
past. To order the materials call (800) 966-2278 or write the Baptist History and 
Heritage Society at P.O. Box 728, Brentwood, TN 37024-0728. 

Each year I include a report form with the Annual Congregation profile that you 
received from the clerk. This form, when returned, is stored in your church file and 
will serve as a thorough and complete record of your activities for future histori- 
ans. Thus far, 20 churches have returned this form. Some of the activities include: 

Mission trips to Haiti and Honduras 

Acquisition of property for a new church site for an existing church 

Homecomings, Revivals, VBS, Easter Sunrise Services, Deacon Ordination 

Pastor Installation Service, Youth Revivals, Backyard Bible Club, CIS partners 

Additions to church staff 

New parsonage 

Spiritual growth through professions of faith during VBS and Worship 

Services 

Musical productions 

Improvements to Fellowship Halls, Educational Buildings and Sunday School 

rooms 

Mission projects: "Coins for Cows" (Moldavia), "Pure Water, Pure Life" 

Samaritans Purse, Miles of Pennies, Crop Walk, Bike-a-Thon 

Basketball and Softball Outreach and Fellowship 

New church signs 

Medical/Dental bus volunteers and supplies 

Supplies for Hope Harbor 

Gwen Causey, Chairman 

Vera Bowling 

John Butler 

2002 Associational WMU 

"God's Plan - My Part" - This is our WMU Emphasis/Theme for 2002-2004. This 
past year we started our work with an International Mission Study with Mrs. Lucy 
Lumsden of Boiling Spring Lakes. This study was held at Antioch Baptist Church 
and was open to all, not just women. For Christmas we collected over three hun- 
dred pairs of gloves for the Women's Prison in Raleigh. Our Home Mission Study 
was held at Southport Baptist Church with Mrs. Rebeccah Chapman of High 
Point. In April about one hundred GA's, CA's and RA's attended Day Camp at 
Jennies Branch Baptist Church. Tom and Patti Higgenbotham of St. Maarten were 
our guest speakers at our Annual WMU Meeting held at Boiling Spring Lakes 
Baptist Church. 

If you did not get to participate in these meetings you missed a blessing. You 
must know God's Plan and then know your Part. Last year God had a plan for our 
Association but could not bring it to completion for some did not do their part. 

Our fields are white unto harvest, let us pray that God would send forth labor- 
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will go and work today. It seems my children all want to stay around the table but 
no one wants to work in my fields, no one wants to work in my fields." "GOD'S 
PLAN - MY PART!" 



Resolutions Committee 

The Resolutions Committee recommends that this 1 04th Annual Session of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association enter into our records the following expressions of 
appreciation: 

1 . That we, as messengers to the Annual Session of the Brunswick Baptist 
Association, give praise and thanks to our Lord and Savior for His bountiful bless- 
ings upon us. 

2. That we ask God to give us strength to help each other in our time of need, 
to stand tall and united as a nation. 

3. That we pray for the leaders of our great country in their time of decisions. 
We ask that Your infinite wisdom guide them gently to the right decisions. 

4. That we pray for God to give us the strength to get through those difficult 
days that face each of us as a nation. Protect and guide our military, both at home 
and in foreign lands, as they provide security and safety for us. 

5. That we express our thanks to Elah Baptist Church and their pastor, Rev. 
Donald Hardwick, for the marvelous hospitality to the messengers and visitors. 

6. That we express our thanks to Terry Whitson, SE Regional Director, "Jesus 
Video Project" and Rev. Tim Spencer, Pastor of Antioch Baptist Church, for the 
challenges they extended to us through their messages. 

8. That we also acknowledge with gratitude the services of those who helped 
plan and prepare for the program that we have enjoyed today. May the joy of 
Christian fellowship we have experienced today carry us throughout the coming 
year. May we commit ourselves to prayer that God will continue to unite us in His 
service. 

Gwen Causey & Ouida Hewett 

Annual Youth Report 

This past year our Youth Council met on a monthly basis (with the exception of 
our summer months). Council members included Hope Shadding, Chairman, First 
Baptist/Oak Island; John Rogers, Supply Baptist; Cindy Millikan, Shell Point 
Batpist; Jan Kivette, Mill Creek Baptist; and Crystal Gore, Goshen Baptist. 

The council planned two (2) rallies - one each in the spring and fall of this year. 
Our Spring Rally was hosted by Shell Point Baptist Church with a large number of 
youth attending. "Annointed Vessels" led our program with some workshops on 
drama, puppets, mime, Hebrew dance, etc. We had lots of food, fun and fellowship. 
And, our worship time was so inspirational. 

Our Fall Rally was a joint effort sponsored by the Brunswick Baptist Association 
and the Southport/Oak Island Interchurch Fellowship. First Baptist Church/Oak 
Island was the host church for this event. Twenty (20) churches were represented, 
with an attendance of 200! All who attended enjoyed grilled burgers and hot dogs 
with all the trimmings. "Straight Street" of New Beginnings in Shallotte provided 
praise and worship music. Our speaker for the evening was Michael White of New 
Ebenezer Baptist Church. 

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John Rogers, youth minister at Supply Baptist Church, will serve as chairman 
of the Associational Youth Council for 2002-2003. 



Hope Shadding, 
Youth Consultant 



Sunday School Report 



"Sunday School is the fundamental strategy in a local church for leading peo- 
ple to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and for building on-mission Christians through 
open Bible study groups that engage people in evangelism, discipleship, ministry, 
fellowship and worship." 

Based on this excellent definition, nothing we do in our churches is more 
important than Sunday School. It is a strategy - a planned course of action - that 
will enable a church to fulfill her diving mandate. The Sunday School is an agency 
that enables us to win the unsaved to faith in the Lord Jesus and to help the saved 
to become mature disciples. 

How big is our challenge? Almost over-whelming. All the churches of all 
denominations reach only a fraction of the people in Brunswick County. And more 
people are on the way! About one Baptist in four is enrolled in Sunday School 
according to reports on the national level. We all recognize that we live in a non- 
Christian society and that our population grows faster than we are reaching peo- 
ple for Jesus. Clearly we must give attention to this crucial matter. 

Brunswick Baptist Association has been selected as one of five associations 
in North Carolina to receive special assistance to revitalize our Sunday Schools. 
To me, this seems an opportunity that must not be lost to carelessness. My prayer 
is that you will join in this essential work. 

No date has been established at this time, but you will need to listen carefully 
for more information. It is probable that we will have four meetings for training 
beginning in February and ending in May. This will involve only pastors and 
Sunday School directors. Again, I urge you to view this as an unparallel opportu- 
nity to accomplish the goals of your church. 

An additional project being considered for our Sunday Schools is to hold a 
FAITH clinic in this association. That is a tall order, but it is possible. I solicit your 
support as I seek to challenge our Sunday Schools to greater usefulness. 

Our association has an excellent team to lead us. They will gladly share their 
knowledge and experience with your church. Ask for their assistance. My aim is to 
help all our Sunday Schools become effective units in fulfilling the Great 
Commission. 

Avery Lumsden 
Sunday School Director 



Evangelism Report for 2001-2002 

If someone were to ask, "Are you a Christian?" and you responded, "Yes, I am!" 
Might they say, "Funny, you don't look like a Christian." The answer we give has to 
be more than words. Answering by life would suggest we are disciplined to live the 
Christ-like life. 

In Luke 14:15-23, we find the purpose of evangelism as we are instructed to go 
out into the highways and hedges, compelling men to come in. Luke 14:27, "And 

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whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after me, cannot be my disciple." 
What does a disciple look like? A simple definition is he or she is a learner. A dis- 
ciple is one who learns the life teachings of his MASTER. "Conversion without dis- 
cipleship is openly implied in much of our evangelical teaching. It has become 
strangely possible to be Christ's without taking up the cross." - CD. Alexander. 

As the church we are called to not only reach people for Jesus, but also to teach 
them to live like Jesus. "Discipleship is the process of helping people become more 
like Jesus in their thoughts, feelings and actions." - Rich Warren 

The Brunswick Baptist Association Evangelism effort is to see that all Christians 
are aware of the fact of being like Jesus. We had a good year with our Evangelism 
Conference at the Supply Baptist Church, March 11th and 12th were our dates. We 
had good preaching from Dr. Michael Cummings, Director of Missions of the Burnt 
Swamp Baptist Association. Dr. Bill Bennett of Wilmington, who teaches at 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, taught the scriptures to us. The Rory 
Thigpen family of Sabbath Home Baptist Church and the New Bethel Quartet from 
Clinton, NC, gave special music. 

Pray for the Evangelism Department as we endeavor to be in the will of God for 
our next conference. 

Rev. Kenneth D. Benton 
Evangelism Committee 

Baptist Retirement Homes 

The generous support received from North Carolina Baptists has enabled 
Baptist Retirement Homes to lead the state in providing benevolent care for Older 
Adults who lack sufficient financial resources to pay for the quality care they 
deserve. At all Homes communities, residents rest in the knowledge that they will 
be cared for as long as they live. 

Baptist Retirement Homes continues to be on the cutting edge of meeting the 
needs of Older Adults. ..particularly those dealing with dementia-related condi- 
tions, such as Alzheimer's Disease. 

In recent years, the Homes has established specially designed residences to 
meet the special needs of these dear ones. The Fowler Memory Enhanced 
Residence at the Western North Carolina Baptist Home in Asheville has been 
operational since 2000; the Kulynych Memory Enhanced Residence opened at 
the Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston-Salem in 2001; later this year, 
a third residence will open at the Homes' newest community, The Gardens of 
Taylor Glen, in Concord. 

Thank you North Carolina Baptists, for helping us make life for the Older Adults 
of this state. .."the Best of Times!" 

Brookridge Retirement Community Winston-Salem • 336-759-1044 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen Concord -704-788-6510 

(opening in November 2002) 

Hamilton Baptist Home Hamilton • 252-798-5901 

Taylor House Albemarle • 704-982-4217 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home Asheville • 828-254-9675 

In-Home Care, 22 Miller St Winston-Salem • 336-722-1470 

Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc • 336-725-0202 

Winston-Salem www.brh.org 

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The Baptist Elder Care Network .....' Simple Answers •1-800-887-7410 

A statewide system of resource counselors answering questions related to the 
needs of aging persons - A free service provided by Baptist Retirement Homes. 

Biblical Recorder 
2002 Associational Report 

The world is changing rapidly, and Baptists are changing right along with it. 
Gone are the days of a simple denominational life or a single way to be Baptist. 
Never has it been more important for North Carolina Baptists to be informed of the 
many issues affecting Baptist life, mission work and mutual cooperation. 

The Biblical Recorder exists to provide this needed service to Baptists in North 
Carolina and beyond. The Biblical Recorder staff works diligently to comb through 
many sources of information and distill them into a trustworthy resource that offers 
regular, dependable and balanced news coverage and analysis of the most sig- 
nificant matters relating to Baptist life. In addition, the Biblical Recorder includes 
a variety of supportive resources and feature articles designed to encourage and 
inspire as well as to inform. 

The Biblical Recorder's strategic role in promoting God's kingdom work through 
North Carolina Baptists grows from its mission statement:: "to further Christ's 
kingdom by providing relevant news, insightful opinions and supportive resources 
to North Carolina Baptists in a timely and accessible fashion." 

As the official news journal of the BSCNC, the Biblical Recorder has func- 
tioned faithfully since its establishment in 1833 by Thomas Meredith. The Biblical 
Recorder was privately owned and operated in support of Baptist work in North 
Carolina until 1938, when the paper was purchased by the Baptist State 
Convention and incorporated as an agency of the convention. 

The Biblical Recorder is widely acknowledged to be in the top echelon of state 
Baptist papers, winning national honors from the Baptist Communicator's 
Association for news and editorial writing in 2000, and taking the associations top 
prize for news writing in 2001 . 

The Biblical Recorder offers a special service that makes it possible for church- 
es to combine a regular newsletter and the Biblical Recorder in a single package, 
offering significant financial savings. 

In addition to its printed form, the Biblical Recorder maintains popular pres- 
ence on the World Wide Web at www.biblicalrecorder.org. This Web site offers 
Internet users an opportunity to read much of each paper's content online, as well 
as to access classified ads, online Bible study resources and a news/weather por- 
tal. Thousands of interested readers around the world consult the online version 
regularly. 

As a BSCNC agency, the Biblical Recorder receives annual support from 
Cooperative Program gifts, making it possible to offer the Biblical Recorder at very 
affordable subscription rates. Subscription packets and free sample issues are 
available. For more information, please contact: 

Biblical Recorder, Inc 232 W. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh, NC 27609 

919-847-2127 - E-mail for subscription information:joanne@ biblicalrecorder.org 

Ray N. Howell, III, Chair, Board of Directors 
Tony W. Cartledge, Editor/President 

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Annual Report To The Associations 2002 

Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc. 

809 Spring Forest Rd., Ste. 1000 

Raleigh, NC 27612 

(919)787-0606 

It is a joy for the Christian Action League of North Carolina to serve the church- 
es of this great-state. We continue to work to inform the Christian community 
about the moral issues that face our state and nation. Our goal is to address these 
issues with the principles of God's Word, the cornerstone of all truth. 

A. Christian Values 

• CAL has continued to promote and distribute copies of the Ten 
Commandments throughout North Carolina. Over 18,000 copies have been dis- 
tributed state-wide. 

•The Executive Director of the Christian Action League has written numerous 
editorials that have appeared in major newspapers across the state; two have 
appeared in the Raleigh News and Observer and one in the Charlotte Observer. 
Reverend Creech is published regularly in The Charlotte World, The Raleigh Word 
and the Triad World newspapers. 

• CAL publishes once a week an Issues Alert that keeps over 1 ,000 people 
updated on the most significant events in the cultural war. Many times the Issues 
Alert advocates some action that Christians can take to make an impact for Christ 
on our legislators and U.S. Congressmen. 

• Reverend Creech has taken a bold stand in favor of U.S. Rep. Walter B. 
Jones' bill "House of Worship Political Speech Protection Act - HR 2357: which 
would permit churches and other houses of worship to engage in political cam- 
paigns. Rep. Jones said: "If this nation is going to remain free and strong, I think 
churches have an obligation to talk about issues." This bill would restore the free 
speech rights of pastors and ministers to speak openly about moral and religious 
issues during political campaigns without fear of IRS reprisal. Rev. Creech 
appeared on NBC 17 to debate the North Carolina head of Amerians United for 
the Separation of Church and State on this issue. 

• The Christian Action League actively promoted the "Shield a Badge with 
Prayer" program started by Reverend Michael Taylor, President of the North 
Carolina Sheriffs' Chaplains Association. The program pairs law enforcement offi- 
cers with Christian people who commit to pray for them. Rev. Creech's promotion 
of the program on radio and in editorials resulted in Agape Press (a national 
Christian news agency) picking up the story and elevating it to national promi- 
nence. 

• For the second consecutive year, Reverend Mark Creech has been asked to 
participate in the Christian World View Institute for Students. The Institute com- 
bines a balanced mix of courses that include training in the Christian World View 
and the opposing world views, apologetic, logic, intelligent design, government, 
journalism, America's Christian heritage and leadership. 

B. Gambling 

• Reverend Mark H. Creech has been an active member of Citizens United 
Against the Lottery which includes such distinguished members as William Friday 
(former Chancellor of the University of North Carolina system); Billy Graham 
(Evangelist); former Governor Robert Scott; former U.S. Senator Lauch Faircloth 

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and Chuck Neely (2000 Gubernatorial candidate). 

•The Christian Action League of North Carolina focused most of its energy this 
year in keeping a state-operated lottery out of North Carolina. Our efforts have 
been effective. Chuck Neely, President of Citizens United Against the Lottery, 
recently said: "Mark Creech and the Christian Action League have played a piv- 
otal role in holding off the gambling forces... Mark - who speaks with the powerful, 
impassioned voice of truth - has helped to organize hundreds and hundreds of the 
faithful to call their legislators and let them know of their opposition to the lottery. 
Without the leadership of CAL, it is doubtful that we could have prevailed so long. 
The battle goes on, but Mark and CAL are always to be found where the fight is 
thickest. On behalf of Citizens United Against the Lottery. I am proud to acknowl- 
edge the leadership and effective effort of Mark Creech and the Christian Action 
League." 

• In order to equip pastors and lay persons with information about the harmful 
effects of a lottery, the Christian Action League held workshops called "A Christian 
Looks at Gambling" in strategic areas across our state. CAL also furnished hun- 
dreds of packets of lottery materials (Gambling: A Bad Bet for North Carolina) to 
pastors. 

• The League has lobbied for the passage of the Video Poker Ban bill (SB 
1008). The bill currently remains in the House Rules Committee. The Department 
of Revenue says there are 10,094 video poker machines in the state. 

C. Sex Education 

• In March, 2002, the Wake County school board voted to teach comprehen- 
sive sex education. Reverend Mark Creech and CAL fought vigorously to keep 
comprehensive sex ed out of Wake County schools. Creech said in an editorial 
which appeared in the Raleigh News and Observer "protected promiscuity has no 
part in God's plan. Only sex in the context for which it was intended-lifelong, 
monogamous marriage-is safe." 

D. Education 

• Reverend Mark Creech appeared on NBC 17 to debate a professor of histo- 
ry from the University of North Carolina about the University's requirement that 
freshmen and transfer students read "Approaching the Qu'ran: The Early 
Revelations." Anchorman Monty Knight said the television station's ratings on that 
particular program were higher than even the national networks. They had never 
received such high ratings for a news broadcast before. Rev. Creech also wrote 
an editorial entitled "UNC's Doctrine" that appeared in newspapers across the 
state. Joe Glover, President of the Family Policy Network (the Virginia-based orga- 
nization that brought the lawsuit against UNC-Chapel Hill) said he believed Rev. 
Creech's editorial had a significant impact on the decision by legislators in the 
North Carolina House to vote to refund the summer reading program at UNC- 
Chapel Hill. 

E. Alcoho l 

• During the last session of the General Assembly, SB 166 (2001 Studies Act) 
established the Legislative Alcohol Beverage Control Study Commission. The 
Commission was established to consider the significant impact of the privatization 
of the State's present system of alcohol beverage control. If privatization was 
approved, it will exacerbate alcohol-related problems in our beloved State. The 
Christian Action League of North Carolina is the major enemy of the proliferation 
of alcohol and we are on the front line in the General Assembly trying to defeat 
this legislation. 

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• CAL has assisted 13 townships and counties in preparing and executing 
strategy to defeat alcohol referendums since January, 2002. We provided free 
materials and counsel that were critical in minimizing the proliferation of alcohol 
in North Carolina. 

F. Homosexuality 

• Rev. Creech wrote an editorial that appeared in the nationwide Agape Press 
entitled "Thanks Be to God that Anne Graham Lotz Stood Up for Truth." During a 
recent address to about 500 women, Lotz called homosexuality one of several 
sins from which man needs to repent. She was ridiculed for this remark and Rev. 
Creech vigorously defended her position. 

For A Better North Carolina, 

Reverend Mark H. Creech Reverend Coy C.Privette 

Executive Director President 



Council on Christian Higher Education 

"Shaping Lives for.. .a Life" is the mission of North Carolina Baptist colleges and 
universities. 

Students come to the campuses of Campbell, Chowan, Gardner-Webb, Mars 
Hill and Wingate expecting to receive an education. What they may not expect is 
an experience that will shape the rest of their lives. 

Like the artist who carefully and methodically sculpts wet clay, giving it form 
and function, the faculty and staff of North Carolina Baptist colleges and universi- 
ties shape the lives of students through their dedicated teaching and mentoring. 

The graduates of these campuses emerge as people who become our future 
ministers, doctors, lawyers, artists, teachers, business people and church and 
community leaders. 

It has been shown that graduates of church related institutions invest them- 
selves in their churches and communities in greater numbers than graduates of 
public institutions of higher education. As a result of the support of North Carolina 
Baptists, the future looks bright for our churches and communities. 

Gifts to the Cooperative Missions Budget of the Baptist State Convention of 
North Carolina last year made it possible for six hundred twelve (612) members 
from four hundred forty-five (445) convention related churches to receive special 
scholarship assistance to attend our five affiliated institutions of Christian higher 
education. Seventy-four (74) out of eighty (80) associations were represented in 
this group. 

Some of the recipients would not have been able to pursue their dream of a 
degree from an accredited college or university without the financial assistance 
provided by generous North Carolina Baptists. One of those recipients lost his 
father unexpectedly during his freshman year in college. Scholarship assistance 
from North Carolina Baptists made it possible for him to continue with his studies. 
He graduated this year. 

Another scholarship recipient is the mother of six children. In spite of the pres- 
sures to be a good mother, she pursued her studies while holding down a full-time 
job. She, too, graduated this year with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. She is 
employed by a North Carolina Baptist institution. 

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These are a few of those who are'benefiting from your generous support of our 
Baptist State Convention. In the coming years, we will benefit from their contribu- 
tions to our life as North Carolina Baptists. 

• Thank you churches for your support of Christian Higher Education through 
the Cooperative Program. 

• Thank you North Carolina Baptist Churches for your support of Baptist col- 
leges and universities in North Carolina through budget plans A,B,C and D. 

• Beginning our 117th year of providing quality Christian Higher Education. 

• Providing opportunities around the world, including 2,600 on our campus in 
Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. 

• The benefits of a major university, the advantages of an intimate college set- 
ting. 

• Nearly 8,500 students representing all 50 states and more than 56 countries 
around the world. 

• Providing students with an "Education for Life." 

GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY 
2001-2002 Academic Year Summary 

As Gardner-Webb officially enters into a countdown to its centennial in 2005, the 
institution is experiencing success in all phases of campus life. Despite a progres- 
sive move into the 21st century, however, the University's mission remains the 
same as it has been since its founding in 1905 - to provide learning of distinction 
within a caring Christian environment. 

The 2001-2002 year at Gardner-Webb will be noted in the annals of the 
University's history as one of extreme significance. Programs and facilities, affilia- 
tions, personnel and student body all were enhanced further to continue the insti- 
tution's rise to regional and national prominence. 

Programs such as the M. Christopher White School of Divinity have continued 
to offer new and dynamic courses of study under the leadership of highly respect- 
ed faculty members. In Fall 2001 Gardner-Webb began offering its first-ever doc- 
toral program, the Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.) degree, with the maximum number 
of students enrolled. 

The School of Divinity is prepared to enter this new realm with strong adminis- 
trative and faculty leadership, and challenging curriculum and auxiliary offerings as 
well. A hallmark of the GWU divinity experience continues to be the annual Holy 
Land and Paul's Missionary Journeys Study Tours. The trips, now underwritten by 
GWU for divinity students, is led by GWU President Dr. Chris White, a noted 
authority in biblical studies, and Dr. Wayne Stacy, Dean of the School of Divinity. 

The School of Divinity also welcomed the addition of two newly established 
endowed chairs in 2001-2002. The Bob D. Shepherd Chair of New Testament 
Interpretation was the first endowed chair to ever be formed at GWU, and Dr. Todd 
D. Still was named at opening divinity convocation to occupy the esteemed posi- 
tion. In the spring, the Randall Lolley Chair of Pastoral Studies was completed in 
honor of Dr. Lolley's tremendous impact on Baptist life. 

The Center for Congregational Enrichment, a function of the School of Divinity, 
this past year was the beneficiary of GWU's largest-ever grant, a $1.25 million gift 
from the Lilly Foundation to begin a program for youth that nurtures the call to 
Christian ministry. Hired this year to direct the Center and the new Lilly program 
was Dr. Danny West, a noted Baptist leader who will administrate the innovative 

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new Lilly venture while continuing the Center's work to provide seminars and work- 
shops to laypersons and church leaders on timely topics that range from teaching 
Sunday School to effective church administration. 

The same sense of excitement and progress that has marked the past year in 
the School of Divinity has permeated the entire institution as well. Other areas of 
the University that were lauded this past year include the GWU School of 
Education, which had its teacher education program ranked for the third year in a 
row among the top programs of its kind in a recent study produced by the State 
Board of Education. The School of Education is recognized for quality in all its 
departments with accredation from the National Council for the Accreditation of 
Teacher Education (NCATE), the most prestigious status that can be achieved in 
teacher education. 

Further indication of Gardner-Webb's commitment to the highest level quality of 
instruction is Dr. Gail Price, winner of the 2001-2002 Fleming-White Excellence in 
Teaching Award that honors the University's most outstanding faculty member. 
Price, professor of English and past chair of the GWU Department of English 
Language and Literature, has brought her Christian influence and integrity to the 
classroom for more than a decade, and her honor was voted upon by not only stu- 
dents, but fellow faculty and staff as well. Dr. Price is a widely respected authority 
in her field and regularly participates in innovative efforts locally, regionally and 
nationally to continually raise the standard of excellence in English and writing 
instruction. 

Furthering its mission to provide world-class education in a Christian setting, 
Gardner-Webb has refined and expanded many of its 17 off-campus locations this 
year as well, including the new "Gardner-Webb University at Statesville" operation. 
Providing the only four-year opportunity to that region of North Carolina, GWU at 
Statesville is settling into a new, state-of-the-art facility in Iredell County that spans 
over 11,000 square feet. In April, a new facility was unveiled in Mecklenburg 
County as well, officially named "Gardner-Webb University at Charlotte." The insti- 
tution's evening school offerings for working adults are offered at the site along with 
multiple graduate level programs for the citizens of that area also. 

The quality of the student body continued in 2001-2002 to set new standards of 
excellence at GWU. The average GPA for incoming students was over 3.4 and the 
average SAT was 1 100. A newly completed strategic plan for the University identi- 
fies this quality of student as being key to the growth and progress of GWU's next 
decade. In addition, the strategic plan and accompanying master plan have set 
forth ambitious and exciting goals for the university in the next decade, including 
expansion of the physical campus and academic programs, among others. 

The new 2001-2002 year also meant the completion of GWU's transition phase 
to NCAA Division I status. Fall 2002 marks the beginning of a new era in athletics, 
as well as academics and recognition, as Gardner-Webb has begun competing in 
the atlantic Sun Conference (formerly the TAAC). This move to Division I and con- 
ference affiliation opens new doors institutionally forGardner-Webb as new mar- 
kets and opportunities for exposure are tapped in member cities such as Miami/Ft. 
Lauderdatle, Orlando, Jacksonville, Birmingham, Nashville and Atlanta. 

Students at Gardner-Webb also enjoyed another eventful year full of opportuni- 
ties to grow in all areas of their well-being. Notably, many students again partic- 
ipated in Ministerial Education (M.E.) Days, which allow undergraduate and grad- 
uate ministerial students the chance to preach in Baptist churches in area associ- 

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ations through a cooperative arrangement with the GWU Office of Campus 
Ministries. That office continues also to offer the weekly DIMENSIONS program to 
students, which features prominent speakers and performers who bring positive 
messages of their Christian faith each Tuesday throughout the academic year. 

As a leader in the Baptist community, Gardner-Webb takes seriously its respon- 
sibility as a beacon of quality Christian higher education to the state, region and 
the nation. The decisions made by the Board of Trustees and the administration will 
continue to reflect that philosophy as the University charts a course ffor the 21st 
century. 



The North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc. 
2001 Annual Report 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist Foundation since its inception in 1920 
has been to assist the Convention and its institutions and agencies in increasing 
an awareness among North Carolina Baptists of Christian estate stewardship prin- 
ciples as a means of financially undergirding churches, institutions and mission 
endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and services 
provided by the institutions and General Board staff merits increased financial sup- 
port. The Foundation accomplishes these objectives by offering assistance in 
estate planning counsel, Will preparation, planned giving, charitable remainder 
trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 

During 2001, the Foundation assisted individuals in establishing 33 endowment 
funds and 8 charitable remainder trusts totaling $4.8 million and received $9.4 mil- 
lion in contributions to existing endowments all of which will ultimately benefit 
countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs were provided for 162 
churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your Will Month, 
Christian estate stewardship, and church fund management. Over $2.3 million from 
churches and institutions came under management to enhance numerous min- 
istries including scholarships, building funds, cemetery funds, benevolence funds, 
general operating funds and other various mission causes. With a total of $16.5 
million in contributions, it was the best year ever eclipsing the previous high of 
$10.1 million recorded in 2000. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds 
according to an investment policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are 
offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an income fund and a fixed income fund. 
The foundation uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select top 
money managers and evaluate performance As of December 31, 2001, the 
Foundation held $106.8 million under management. This is an increase of more 
than $9.4 million over 2000. 

During 2001, our distributions totaled $6.7 million, with charity receiving $4.4 
million and individuals, through trusts, receiving $2.3 million. During the 82-year 
history of The North Carolina Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for 
a grand historical total of $57.6 million. 

Harold G. Koger, 
Chair, Board of Directors 



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2002 Report to the Associations 

BAPTIST HOSPITAL AND NORTH CAROLINA BAPTISTS: 
PARTNERS IN MISSIONS 

The Baptist Hospital mission began in 1921 when our North Carolina Baptist 
founders stated, "We desire to build a hospital to bring the healing art more defi- 
nitely under the dominion of the Great Healer." Gold crosses that adorn the exte- 
rior of the hospital symbolize our historic and daily commitment to bring medical 
excellence and Christian compassion to those we are privileged to serve. This 
report will highlight our partnership with North Carolina Baptists in continuing the 
mission of healing. 

SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE 

Our mission at the School of Pastoral Care is "to provide ministries of growth, 
hope and healing in the Spirit of Christ." This defines the spiritual essence of who 
we are and the meaning of what we do in caring for hurting people. We are very 
thankful to North Carolina Baptists for their gifts to the School through the 
Cooperative Missions Program. You are making a tremendous difference as our 
partner in life-changing ministries. 

CareNet, Inc., our Department of Pastoral Counseling, is the largest faith- 
based counseling system in the nation. We continue to expand our services 
across North Carolina. The scope of this ministry is astounding: 27,000 hours of 
counseling per year at 21 locations. These include 4 regional centers (Winston- 
Salem, Greenville, Fayetteville and Wilmington) and 17 strategically located satel- 
lites. The individual stores of emotional and spiritual healing, of broken families 
being restored, are even more telling. 

The Center for Congregational Health celebrates its 10th Anniversary in 
2002. Dr. David Odom has been the Center's visionary leader from its beginning. 
The initial mission continues to guide this ministry of helping churches become 
healthier communities of faith. The Center is providing consultation to approxi- 
mately 25 churches per month, and training to over 600 church leaders per year. 
The financial support of N.C. Baptists allows Baptist churches to recieve initial 
consultation at no cost, and provides subsidies for churches and ministers need- 
ing financial assistance. Please call the Center for more information (336-716- 
0459). 

The Department of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education provided ministry 
through more than 61 ,000 pastoral contacts in the past year. Every day chaplains 
can be found comforting bereaved families, praying for seriously ill patients, read- 
ing Scriptures to those who are afraid, offering comfort and extending hope in the 
name of Jesus Christ. Fifty-three students received supervision and training in 
2001. 

The Department of Church and Community Relations continues to serve its 
mission as a liaison between the Hospital and North Carolina Baptist churches. 
We welcome you to call Rev. Paul Mullen if you need assistance (336-716-3027). 
Many pastors call on behalf of church members who need a referral to the Medical 
Center or have concerns about medical bills because of financial need. Speakers 
can be requested to provide an overview of the Hospital and its ministries to 
church groups. 

BAPTIST BENEVOLENT CARE FUND 

It is a difficult burden to be physically sick and worried about how to pay for 
needed medical care. North Carolina Baptists extend the compassionate reach of 

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missions to patients in financial need at Baptist Hospital through their gifts to the 
Mother's Day Offering. Those you have helped are deeply thankful for this gra- 
cious witness to the love of Jesus Christ, and they are drawn closer to Him. All of 
the funds are used for this purpose. Thank you, North Carolina Baptists, for giv- 
ing $568,808 to this ministry in 2001 ! 

ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Number 1 in Patient Satisfaction - Baptist Hospital was ranked #1 in the 
nation in patient satisfaction, according to Press Ganey patient satisfaction scores 
for the spring quarter of 2002. Press Ganey, the health care industry's top satis- 
faction measurement firm, ranked Baptist Hospital first among its peers. 

New Brenner Children's Hospital Opens - The 11 -story addition to the 
Hospital opened in April 2002. Six of the floors provide private rooms for all pedi- 
atric patients, state-of-the-art technology, family resource centers, a prayer room, 
and an enclosed playground on the roof. The tower also includes additional oper- 
ating rooms and a spacious surgical family waiting room. 

New Substance Abuse Treatment Center for Older Adults - Wake Forest 
University Baptist Behavioral Health, a subsidiary of Baptist Hospital and WFU 
Health Sciences, has opened the first residential program in the region devoted 
exclusively to treating chemical dependency problems among adults 55 and older. 
The comprehensive treatment program focuses on treating the whole person, 
encompassing physical, emnotional, social and spiritual health. 

Ranked Among the Nation's Best - The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc. 
ranks among "America's Best Hospitals" according to the July 2002 issue of U.S. 
News and World Report. 

WFUBMC: What's in a Name? The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc. is 
one of two component institutions of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical 
Center. The partnership also includes Wake Forest University Health Sciences 
(WFUHS), consisting of WFU Physicians, the School of Medicine, and other enti- 
ties. Baptist Hospital and WFUHS are separate but interdependent institutions, 
each with its own Board of Trustees. The combined institutions, WFUBMC, are 
overseen by a joint Board of Trustees which facilitates the effective and collabo- 
rative pursuit of its mission: excellent patient care, medical education and 
research and community service. 

Information and Appointments - For more information on health related 
issues or to make an appointment with a physician, contact HEALTH-ON-CALL at 
1-800-446-2255 or 336-716-2255. 

CLOSING WORDS FROM THE PRESIDENT 

We at Baptist Hospital are very thankful to be partners in the mission of heal- 
ing with North Carolina Baptists. Our roots are in this partnership, beginning as a 
mission enterprise of the Baptist State Convention in 1921. This report also high- 
lights the ongoing nature of the relationship with the School of Pastoral Care. We 
have a sacred privilege and responsibility to serve Jesus Christ by serving peo- 
ple in need at Baptist Hospital. We thank you for being our partner in these "min- 
istries of growth, hope and healing." We ask that you pray for our patients, their 
families and our staff as we seek to serve our Lord each day at the Medical 
Center. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Len B. Preslar, Jr, President, 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc. 

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The 2002 Annual 

of the 

Brunswick Baptist Association 

is concluded with 

the following Statistical Tables 

for your further 

information and reference. 



Congregational and Member Information 

Financial - General 

Baptism Information 

Sunday School Information - Enrollment 

Discipleship Training Information 

Music Ministry Information 

Missions Education 

Financial - Mission 



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Congregation and Member Info 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 1 — Total Membership 2 — Resident Membership 4 -- Other Additions 
9 — AM Worship Att. 10 — Church-Type Misions Started 



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Bethel 


c 














Beulah 


c 


214 


198 


5 





Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


224 


214 


21 





Bolivia 


c 














Bonaparte 


c 


33 


17 








Boones Neck 


c 


55 


47 


8 





Brunswick Islands 


c 


410 


357 








Calvary Bapt 


c 


394 


307 


30 





Community Chapel 


c 


98 


51 








Crossroads 


c 














Elan 


c 


378 


245 


7 


55 


Faith 


c 


174 





3 





Farmers Chapel 


c 


29 


29 


2 





Friendship 


c 














Goshen 


c 


184 


110 


-1 





Gospel Center 


c 


166 


144 


2 


8 


Grace 


c 


39 


21 


2 





Jennies Branch 


c 


355 


277 


17 





Lebanon 


c 


60 


60 


11 





Longwood 


c 


107 


52 








Mill Creek 


c 


187 


108 


4 





Mount Olive 


c 


337 


252 


14 


12 


Mount Pisgah 


c 


303 


271 


25 





New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 














New Life 


c 


103 


62 


1 





Oak Grove 


c 


90 


84 








Oak Island First 


c 














Old Shallotte 


c 


236 


170 


11 





Peace Memorial 


c 


276 


262 


8 


18 


Prospect 


c 


42 


27 


3 





Sabbath Home 


c 


475 


382 


9 





Shallotte First 


c 


479 





18 





Shell Point 


c 


260 


131 


4 





Shoreline 


c 


102 


95 


8 


12 


Soldier Bay 


C 


220 


134 


2 





Southport 


c 


955 


690 


24 


20 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


101 


75 


13 





Supply 


c 


331 


263 


16 





Town Creek Missionary 


c 


553 


405 


8 





Trinity Missionary 


c 














Woodburn First 


c 


310 


168 


16 





Zion 


c 


108 


83 


1 






Total: 



9,227 6,414 



333 



166 



-82- 



5 - New Member Training 6— Year Organized 7 — Year Pastor Came 8— Location (A-J) 
11 — Church-Type Missions Operating 12 — Lost Unchurched 13 — Assoc. Mis on % Basis 



6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


1867 


1998 


A 


65 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1989 


1988 


D 


181 





Y 


Y 


Y 



























1837 





C 


101 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1963 


1999 


D 


175 





Y 


Y 


Y 










C 








Y 


Y 


Y 




1986 


1999 


C 


17 





Y 


N 


Y 




1946 


2000 


A 


24 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1992 


1995 


A 


229 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1961 





C 


150 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1964 





A 


34 





N 


N 


N 



























1882 


2002 


B 


120 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1977 





A 


70 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1908 


2001 


A 


15 





N 


N 


N 



























1852 


1997 


A 


84 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1952 


1994 


C 


85 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1984 


1999 


C 


23 





N 


N 


N 




1895 


2000 


A 


120 





N 


Y 


N 




1887 


2001 


A 


45 





N 


Y 


Y 




1939 


1999 


A 


55 





N 


N 


N 




1776 


2002 


A 


70 





N 


Y 


N 




1915 


1988 


A 


172 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1762 


2002 


A 


90 





Y 


N 


Y 

























2 


1888 


1998 


A 


38 





N 


N 


Y 




1891 


1997 


A 


50 





Y 


N 


N 



























1837 





A 


150 





Y 


N 


Y 




1961 


1997 


A 


100 





Y 


N 


Y 




1891 





A 


19 





Y 


Y 


N 




1930 


2002 


A 


120 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1837 


1997 


]) 


175 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1960 


1995 


A 


82 





N 


N 


N 




1999 


1999 


I) 


90 


1 


1 N 


Y 


N 




1886 


1990 


A 


89 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1871 


1999 


I) 


40') 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1968 


1999 


B 


60 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1948 


2001 


B 


182 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1884 


1980 


A 


225 





N 


Y 


N 



























1967 


1997 


1) 


150 





Y 


Y 


Y 




1919 





A 


22 





Y 


N 


N 





3,886 



-83- 



Financial - General 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 26 — Undesignated Gifts 27 — Designated Gifts 



CONGREGATION C/M 

Antioch C 

Beach Road C 

Bethel C 

Beulah C 

Boiling Spg Lakes First C 

Bolivia C 

Bonaparte C 

Boones Neck C 

Brunswick Islands C 

Calvary Bapt C 

Community Chapel C 

Crossroads C 

Elah C 

Faith C 

Farmers Chapel C 

Friendship C 

Goshen C 

Gospel Center C 

Grace C 

Jennies Branch C 

Lebanon C 

Longwood C 

Mill Creek C 

Mount Olive C 

Mount Pisgah C 

New Ebenezer Missionary C 

New Life C 

Oak Grove C 

Oak Island First C 

Old Shallotte C 

Peace Memorial C 

Prospect C 

Sabbath Home C 

Shallotte First C 

Shell Point C 

Shoreline C 

Soldier Bay C 

Southport C 

Sunset Harbor First C 

Supply C 

Town Creek Missionary C 

Trinity Missionary C 

Woodburn First C 

Zion C 

Total: 



-84- 



28 - Other Receipts TRE - Total Receipts (26+27+28) 36 - Congregational Debt 



26 



27 



28 



TRE 



37 



$77,623 


$16,664 


$490 


$94,777 


$0 


$257,605 


$98,462 


$0 


$356,067 


$499,637 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$104,714 


$3,033 


$4,849 


$112,596 


$55,000 


$173,421 


$15,258 


$8,479 


$197,158 


$239,233 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$11,639 


$485 


$0 


$12,124 


$() 


$21,043 


$701 


$1,888 


$23,632 


$0 


$204,115 


$134,188 


$500 


$338,803 


$76,018 


$329,019 


$142,845 


$89 


$471,953 


$898,814 


$16,454 


$1,878 


$3,036 


$21,368 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


%() 


$113,315 


$8 


$5,323 


$118,646 


$() 


$85,657 


$5,547 


$518 


$91,722 


$0 


$7,993 


$160 


$0 


$8,153 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


%() 


$82,011 


$3,887 


$1,655 


$87,553 


$0 


$58,651 


$6,317 


$49 


$65,017 


$0 


$26,803 


$2,549 


$0 


$29,352 


%{) 


$133,079 


$6,827 


$0 


$139,906 


%() 


$0 


$7,500 


$0 


$7,500 


$0 


$41,120 


$15,035 


$0 


$56,155 


$1,900 


$74,520 


$20,782 


$0 


$95,302 


$11,386 


SI 57.405 


$5,486 


$3,281 


$24,172 


$64,818 


$140,646 


$16,993 


$1,346 


$158,985 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$32,462 


$4,500 


$1,700 


$38,662 


$0 


$7,191 


$73,034 


$46 


$80,271 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$90,710 


$9,875 


$0 


$100,585 


$() 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$13,995 


$25 


$93 


$14,113 


$0 


$50,563 


$4,729 


$0 


$55,292 


$0 


$255,481 


$309,830 


$0 


$565,311 


$0 


$76,755 


$10,853 


$34,966 


$122,574 


$108,000 


$64,169 


$17,916 


$0 


$82,085 


$80,000 


$92,156 


$22,648 


$0 


$114,804 


$0 


$426,131 


$154,971 


$54,850 


$635,952 


$0 


$51,666 


$28,737 


$1,147 


$81,550 


$0 


$128,363 


$16,812 


$30 


$145,206 


$0 


$180,050 


$2,056 


$3,296 


$185,402 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$73,133 


$10,731 


$0 


$83,864 


$0 


$21,418 


$2,530 


$62 


$24,010 


$0 


$3,539,076 


$1,173,852 


$127,693 


S4,840,621 


$2,034,806 



-85- 



Baptism Info 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 3 — Baptisms Total 
60-up 



3a — Baptisms 0-5 3b — Baptisms 6-8 3c -- Baptisms 9-11 



CONGREGATION 



C/M 



3a 



3b 



Antioch 

Beach Road 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Boiling Spg Lakes First 

Bolivia 

Bonaparte 

Boones Neck 

Brunswick Islands 

Calvary Bapt 

Community Chapel 

Crossroads 

Elah 

Faith 

Farmers Chapel 

Friendship 

Goshen 

Gospel Center 

Grace 

Jennies Branch 

Lebanon 

Longwood 

Mill Creek 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pisgah 

New Ebenezer Missionary 

New Life 

Oak Grove 

Oak Island First 

Old Shallotte 

Peace Memorial 

Prospect 

Sabbath Home 

Shallotte First 

Shell Point 

Shoreline 

Soldier Bay 

Southport 

Sunset Harbor First 

Supply 

Town Creek Missionary 

Trinity Missionary 

Woodburn First 

Zion 



9 








15 

















8 





1 


34 





3 




















2 








18 





1 


13 


























23 





2 


1 








2 


• 














4 





2 


3 








1 








9 








4 








3 





1 


7 





1 


28 








8 





1 






































5 








10 





2 


1 








20 





7 


25 





4 


7 








28 





1 


4 








21 








6 





1 


14 





1 


8 





2 











11 


















Total: 



352 



30 



-86- 



3d — Baptisms 12-1 7 3e — Baptisms 18-29 3f— Baptisms 30-59 3g — Baptisms 



3c 3d 3e 3f 3g 



2 


5 





2 





1 


7 


1 


4 


2 



















10 


1 

7 


3 

2 


2 

II 


1 
1 






































1 


1 





5 


1 


9 


2 





1 


3 


3 


3 


3 























(i 








7 


II 


1 


1 


1 














1 











2 


























2 

















3 











1 











2 


2 


4 


1 


3 


1 




















1 


1 





4 





2 





4 


3 


13 


7 


1 


3 


! 


2 


1 

































































1 





1 


3 





4 


2 


2 














1 








1 


6 


1 


5 





5 


4 


5 


6 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 





2 


4 


11 


9 


1 





1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


4 


3 


7 


2 


3 


1 








1 


3 


5 


1 


3 


1 








3 


2 


1 

















1 





1 


9 





















63 76 71 92 20 

-87- 



Sunday School Info - Enrollment 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 15 — 



CONGREGATION 

Antioch 

Beach Road 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Boiling Spg Lakes First 

Bolivia 

Bonaparte 

Boones Neck 

Brunswick Islands 

Calvary Bapt 

Community Chapel 

Crossroads 

Elah 

Faith 

Farmers Chapel 

Friendship 

Goshen 

Gospel Center 

Grace 

Jennies Branch 

Lebanon 

Longwood 

Mill Creek 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pisgah 

New Ebenezer Missionary 

New Life 

Oak Grove 

Oak Island First 

Old Shallotte 

Peace Memorial 

Prospect 

Sabbath Home 

Shallotte First 

Shell Point 

Shoreline 

Soldier Bay 

Southport 

Sunset Harbor First 

Supply 

Town Creek Missionary 

Trinity Missionary 

Woodburn First 

Zion 

Total: 



Total SS Enrollment 15a 
15h — SS General Officers 



C/M 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 



( - SS 0-5 


15b- 


-SS6-11 




15i - 


Other Bible Study 




15 


15a 


15b 


15c 


123 


9 


24 


10 


211 


20 


11 


22 














106 


13 


9 


15 


248 


38 


45 


35 


79 











14 





1 


5 


25 





2 





223 


20 


24 


36 


245 


18 


21 


24 


37 


3 


7 


5 














168 


17 


2X 


32 


79 





16 


9 


21 





1 


2 














108 


11 


31 


12 


97 


s 


15 


6 


24 


3 


4 


1 


96 


10 


6 


X 


42 


2 


5 


9 


76 


5 


6 


5 


95 


7 


16 


X 


ixo 


17 


12 


9 


96 


6 


4 


6 














60 


4 


5 


6 


70 


5 


10 


5 














242 


16 


22 


22 


90 


10 


10 


21 


23 





2 


1 


155 


13 


15 


21 


267 


23 


23 


28 


107 


25 


13 


13 


89 


4 


12 


21 


158 


4 


24 


9 


748 


59 


XI 


71 


44 


1 


2 


5 


139 


12 


18 


23 


272 


29 


37 


41 














177 


7 


13 


24 


30 


2 


5 





5,064 


421 


580 


570 


-88- 









1 5c -SS 12-17 15d-SS 18-24 15e-SS 25-34 15/-SS 35-54 15g-SS55up 
16 — SS Avg Weekly Attendance 17 — Non-Cong Members 18 — location Bible School 



15d 


15c 


15f 


15g 


15h 


15i 


16 


17 


18 


9 


14 





19 


5 





78 


5 


104 


25 





29 


2X 


5 


29 


100 


9 


75 





























IX 


12 


10 


15 


4 





90 


24 


132 


7 


44 


22 


15 


6 


4 


154 


15 


125 















































9 


6 





2 





4 


4 


2 





IX 











24 


54 


2X 


7 





12X 


39 


86 


14 


10 


44 


54 


5 





160 


15 


105 





2 


X 


6 


2 





24 





48 





























14 


24 


12 


20 


4 





92 


39 


96 


2 


6 


23 


10 


4 





52 


5 


94 








4 


2 


1 


X 


14 


6 


31 

















o 














6 


11 


11 


3 


10 


48 


38 


60 


9 





31 











58 


3 


83 


2 


4 


6 


3 








20 








2 


X 


15 


18 


3 





62 





96 











24 


2 





36 





45 





X 





45 


7 





55 


10 





X 


1 


IX 


7 


4 


10 


49 


14 


79 


12 


10 


20 


31 


4 


55 


89 


10 


98 


4 


3 


23 


10 


3 





89 





49 





























-4 


X 


X 


8 


4 





38 


4 


39 


4 


7 


X 


17 


4 





62 


12 


7X 





























3 


20 


2X 


30 


4 


55 


75 


53 


50 


12 








26 


3 





o5 





109 


2 





4 


8 








19 





38 


4 


16 


38 


IX 


5 





102 


10 


105 


20 


17 


90 


13 


2 





153 


10 


143 





22 


10 


22 


2 





59 








10 


15 


8 


10 


4 





54 


8 


75 


6 





29 


17 


3 


40 


75 


5 


137 


138 


74 


161 


49 


6 


20 


280 





1 91 ) 





1 


4 


4 


2 





32 


6 


56 





10 


22 


20 


4 





90 





55 


30 


34 


29 


32 


4 





136 





194 





























4 


6 


51 


2X 


2 


40 


63 


12 


118 








9 


5 


2 





24 


4 





365 


406 


833 


657 


122 

-89- 


283 


2,758 


362 


2,793 



Discipleship Training Info 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 19 — Total Ongoing Discipleship Training 19a — Ongoing Preschool B-5 

19e - DT Gen. Officers 20 - Total Short-Term DT 



CONGREGATION 


C/M 


19 


19a 


19b 


19c 


Antioch 


C 


35 


1 








Beach Road 


c 


24 











Bethel 


c 














Beulah 


c 


(1 











Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


150 


10 


25 


30 


Bolivia 


c 














Bonaparte 


c 





(1 








Boones Neck 


c 














Brunswick Islands 


c 


30 








30 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


40 











Community Chapel 


c 


(1 











Crossroads 


c 














Elah 


c 














Faith 


c 


33 





7 


7 


Farmers Chapel 


c 














Friendship 


c 














Goshen 


c 


50 








14 


Gospel Center 


c 














Grace 


c 














Jennies Branch 


c 














Lebanon 


c 


10 











Longwood 


c 














Mill Creek 


c 














Mount Olive 


c 














Mount Pisgah 


c 














New Ebenezer Missionary- 


c 














New Life 


c 














Oak Grove 


c 


12 





5 


4 


Oak Island First 


c 














Old Shallotte 


c 


12X 


10 


10 


20 


Peace Memorial 


c 














Prospect 


c 














Sabbath Home 


c 














Shallotte First 


c 














Shell Point 


c 














Shoreline 


c 


44 








15 


Soldier Bay 


c 


10 





10 





Southport 


c 


200 





39 


44 


Sunset Harbor First 


c 


24 


1 


2 


4 


Supply 


c 














Town Creek Missionary 


c 














Trinity Missionary 


c 














Woodburn First 


c 


3 











Zion 


c 















Total: 



793 



22 



98 



168 



-90- 



19b - Ongoing Child 6-11 19c - Ongoing Youth 12-1 7 19d - Ongoing Adult 18-up 
20a — Short-Term Preschool 20b — Short-Term Children 20c — Short-Term Youth 



19d 


19e 


20 


20a 


20b 


20c 


20d 


DTEN 


31 


3 

















35 


23 


1 


51 











51 


75 


















































85 




















150 
















































































105 








8 


97 


135 


36 


4 


110 





15 


20 


75 


150 










































































IS 


1 


-45 











45 


7S 


















































32 


4 

















50 








37 











37 


37 


















































8 


2 

















10 
















































































60 








o 


60 


60 





















































3 

















12 


























80 


8 

















128 
















































































25 





5 


IS 


2 


25 


























29 




















44 








3^ 


4 


7 


24 





45 


115 


2 


121 








20 


101 


321 


14 


3 

















24 













































































3 

















3 



























471 34 589 4 27 90 468 1,382 

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Music Ministry Info 

Brunswick Association 

Legend: 21 — Total Music Ministry Enrollment 21a — Preschool 3-5 21b — Children 6-11 



CONGREGATION C/M 21 

Antioch C 21 

Beach Road C 77 

Bethel C 

Beulah C 28 

Boiling Spg Lakes First C 60 

Bolivia C 

Bonaparte C 

Boones Neck C 12 

Brunswick Islands C 35 

Calvary Bapt C 239 

Community Chapel C 

Crossroads C 

Elah C 36 

Faith C 36 

Farmers Chapel C 

Friendship C 

Goshen C 69 

Gospel Center C 17 

Grace C 

Jennies Branch C 41 

Lebanon C 12 

Longwood C 32 

Mill Creek C 19 

Mount Olive C 62 

Mount Pisgah C 28 

New Ebenezer Missionary C 

New Life C 14 

Oak Grove C 35 

Oak Island First C 

OldShallotte C 110 

Peace Memorial C 43 

Prospect C 

Sabbath Home C 38 

Shallotte First C 66 

Shell Point C 48 

Shoreline C 20 

Soldier Bay C 29 

Southport C 174 

Sunset Harbor First C 

Supply C 40 

Town Creek Missionary C 72 

Trinity Missionary C 

Woodburn First C 30 

Zion C 6 

Total: 1,549 

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21c — Youth 12-1 7 2 Id — Adult Choir 18-up 21 e — Other Music Groups 



21a 21b 21c 21d 21e 












21 





10 


10 





48 


9 

















4 


5 





19 








30 





30 












































12 














27 


8 


4 


12 


21 


138 


64 



































10 





22 


4 





7 


9 


20 



































16 


13 


16 


15 


9 








1 


16 




















4 


10 


2 


25 














12 














25 


7 











19 





6 


13 


5 


29 


9 











28 























2 





11 


1 


3 


4 


3 


19 


6 




















8 


20 


32 


50 


5 


4 


6 


27 


1 

















3 


15 





20 





15 


13 


10 


28 





8 


8 


6 


26 














15 


5 











29 





IX 


38 


30 


52 


36 























10 


30 





12 


15 


15 


27 


3 


























25 


5 


6 















114 217 154 847 217 

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Missions Education 

Brunswick Association 



Legend: 23 — Total WMU Enrollment 



23a - Ages Birth-5 23b - Ages 6-1 1 23c - Ages 12-1 7 
24 — Total Brotherhood Enrollment 24a -- Ages 6-11 



23 



23a 



23b 



23c 



CONGREGATION 


C/M 










Antioch 


C 


38 


5 


14 





Beach Road 


c 


68 


7 


5 





Bethel 


c 














Beulah 


c 














Boiling Spg Lakes First 


c 


76 


14 


12 


18 


Bolivia 


c 














Bonaparte 


c 














Boones Neck 


c 














Brunswick Islands 


c 


T) 


14 


14 


15 


Calvary Bapt 


c 


30 


3 


17 





Community Chapel 


c 














Crossroads 


c 














Elah 


c 


67 


13 


15 


9 


Faith 


c 


If) 











Farmers Chapel 


c 














Friendship 


c 














Goshen 


c 


45 


15 


10 


6 


Gospel Center 


c 


2X 


2 


6 





Grace 


c 














Jennies Branch 


c 


37 


(» 


7 





Lebanon 


c 














Longwood 


c 














Mill Creek 


c 


41 


5 


5 





Mount Olive 


c 














Mount Pisgah 


c 


22 


2 


6 





New Ebenezer Missionary 


c 














New Life 


c 














Oak Grove 


c 














Oak Island First 


c 














Old Shallotte 


c 


138 


12 


24 


45 


Peace Memorial 


c 














Prospect 


c 














Sabbath Home 


c 


50 


4 


4 


12 


Shallotte First 


c 


99 


12 


10 


38 


Shell Point 


c 


43 


10 


12 


16 


Shoreline 


c 


33 


5 


6 





Soldier Bay 


c 


15 





8 





Southport 


c 


126 


20 


30 





Sunset Harbor First 


c 


21 











Supply 


c 


21 





5 


3 


Town Creek Missionary 


c 


71 


21 


31 





Trinity Missionary 


c 














Woodburn First 


c 


15 











Zion 


c 














Total: 




1,173 


170 


241 


162 



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23d — Ages IS up 23e — WMU Leadership Team 23f~ WMTJ Missions 
24b — Ages 12-1 7 24c — Ages 18 up 25 — Other Missions Education 

23d 23e 23f 24 24a 24b 24c 25 



15 


4 





25 


10 





15 





40 


6 


10 


78 


6 


6 


45 





















































25 


7 





43 


10 


17 


16 













































































14 


8 


14 


17 


12 


5 








10 








28 


13 





15 





















































23 


7 





18 


3 


3 


12 


18 


9 


1 

















10 


















































13 


1 





23 


10 


3 


10 





15 


5 





27 


16 





11 





























16 


8 





18 


7 





11 


8 


















































26 


5 





8 








8 


























27 


11 


3 





19 


2 





17 






























































15 








15 





























50 


7 





129 


7 


12 


60 


20 


















































22 


8 





41 


15 


12 


14 


3 


29 


7 


3 


29 


12 





17 


o 


3 


2 





4 








4 


o 


14 


3 


5 


34 


5 


12 


13 


3 


7 








22 


10 


12 








70 


6 





30 


15 





15 





21 























10 


3 




















15 


4 





56 


10 


16 


30 


83 


























12 


3 

















2 


























470 


98 


32 


664 


163 


98 


328 


174 



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Financial - Missions 

Brunswick Association 

Legend: 29 — Cooperative Programs 30 — Assoc. Missions 
34- Other SBC Miss. Exp. 



CONGREGATION 

Antioch 

Beach Road 

Bethel 

Beulah 

Boiling Spg Lakes First 

Bolivia 

Bonaparte 

Boones Neck 

Brunswick Islands 

Calvary Bapt 

Community Chapel 

Crossroads 

Elah 

Faith 

Farmers Chapel 

Friendship 

Goshen 

Gospel Center 

Grace 

Jennies Branch 

Lebanon 

Longwood 

Mill Creek 

Mount Olive 

Mount Pisgah 

New Ebenezer Missionary 

New Life 

Oak Grove 

Oak Island First 

Old Shallotte 

Peace Memorial 

Prospect 

Sabbath Home 

Shallotte First 

Shell Point 

Shoreline 

Soldier Bay 

Southport 

Sunset Harbor First 

Supply 

Town Creek Missionary 

Trinity Missionary 

Woodburn First 

Zion 



C/M 

C 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 



29 


30 


$9,000 


$3,000 


$15,429 


$10,286 


$0 


$0 


$2,827 


$1,884 


$16,804 


$7,465 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$1,103 


$473 


$20,951 


$8,719 


$37,812 


$11,507 


$0 


$500 


$0 


$0 


$8,320 


$5,000 


$8,067 


$2,069 


$89 


$200 


$0 


$0 


$1,200 


$3,000 


$1,000 


$1,200 


$0 


$200 


$15,491 


$6,454 


$430 


$1,187 


$255 


$600 


$1,744 


$1,852 


$5,600 


$1,000 


$6,500 


$3,000 


$0 


$0 


$500 


$500 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$1,700 


$2,000 


$3,200 


$1,200 


$526 


$526 


$5,862 


$4,368 


$5,103 


$5,103 


$7,233 


$3,616 


$1,117 


$559 


$3,986 


$5,529 


$33,151 


$12,418 


$1,882 


$1,650 


$4,500 


$4,200 


$16,794 


$10,723 


$0 


$0 


$6,818 


$3,335 


$591 


$275 



Total: 



$245,585 $125,598 



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31 -- State Missions 32 — Annie Armstrong 33 — Lottie Moon 
35 - Non-SBC Miss. Exp. TME - Total Mission Expenditures (29-35) 



31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


TME 


$1,139 


$3,507 


$1,178 


$0 


$0 


$17,824 


$885 


$2,610 


$5,489 


$720 


$5,414 


$40,833 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$663 


$1,670 


$0 


$2,490 


$9,534 


$730 


$810 


$1,322 


$0 


$0 


$27,131 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$205 


$138 


$110 


$315 


$0 


$768 


$0 


$435 


$146 


$0 


$0 


$2,157 


$2,940 


$1,200 


$2,330 


$1,395 


$16,563 


$54,098 


$1,389 


$2,910 


$6,418 


$1,503 


$0 


$61,539 


$340 


$426 


$600 


$560 


$729 


$3,155 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$854 


$1,123 


$0 


$0 


$15,297 


$225 


$825 


$1,658 


$0 


$2,657 


$15,501 


$50 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$339 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$226 


$226 


$0 


$1,200 


$5,852 


$321 


$1,892 


$2,081 


$0 


$240 


$6,734 


$260 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$600 


$1,060 


$300 


$1,505 


$1,258 


$1,426 


$0 


$26,434 


$1,352 


$175 


$170 


$0 


$0 


$3,314 


$100 


$100 


$100 


$0 


$650 


$1,805 


$1,101 


$1,003 


$1,325 


$0 


$0 


$7,025 


$0 


$0 


$398 


$0 


$6,450 


$13,448 


$100 


$2,020 


$3,269 


$0 


$0 


$14,889 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$646 


$200 


$0 


$2,150 


$3,996 


$150 


$1,585 


$225 


$0 


$0 


$1,960 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$845 


$1,378 


$2,525 


$0 


$2,251 


$10,699 


$3,200 


$450 


$6,277 


$0 


$0 


$14,327 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$1,052 


$0 


$780 


$1,359 


$0 


$0 


$12,369 


$422 


$1,584 


$1,107 


$0 


$2,321 


$15,640 


$3,175 


$568 


$1,040 


$0 


$0 


$15,632 


$250 


$0 


$639 


$0 


$0 


$2,565 


$0 


$354 


$819 


$197 


$398 


$11,284 


$5,088 


$7,155 


$12,724 


$2,115 


$6,899 


$79,550 


$310 


$239 


$419 


$0 


$0 


$4,500 


$700 


$2,000 


$3,533 


$1,619 


$6,678 


$23,230 


$588 


$497 


$6,465 


$1,701 


$4,479 


$41,247 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$0 


$260 


$800 


$1,901 


$0 


$0 


$13,114 


$0 


$0 


$705 


$0 


$3,200 


$4,771 


$26,426 


$39,335 


$70,809 


$11,551 

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$65,369 


$584,673 



Bylaws Of the 
Brunswick Baptist Association, Inc. 

In order to carry out the mission of the Brunswick Baptist Association, Inc. 
(hereinafter called the Association), the following rules will govern the operation 
of the Association. 

Bylaw 1 -The Association 

(a.) Annual Meeting - The Association shall consider at the Annual meeting 
the following: (1) reports from committees, (2) election of officers, (3) adoption of 
a budget, and (4) other business necessary to carry out the purpose of the asso- 
ciation. Messengers from twenty-five percent of the number of churches shall 
constitute a quorum. Only messengers certified by the churches and the 
Association officers may vote at the annual meeting. 

(b.) Special Meetings - Special meetings of the Association may be called by 
the Board of Directors upon 14 days notice to the member churches, given either 
by regular mail to a church or as otherwise allowed under North Carolina rules of 
civil procedure for the method of service of notice. 

Bylaw 2 - The Board of Directors 

(a.) Purposes - The Board of Directors shall meet regularly between annual 
meetings to hear reports, transact business, and respond to issues affecting the 
life and mission of the Association. 

(b.) Powers - The Board of Directors shall be the final decision making body 
of the Association between Annual Meetings. The Board shall have full power and 
authority to act on behalf of the Association, except for those things required by 
the Constitution or directed by the Bylaws to be done by the Association as a 
whole. 

(c.) Reports -The Board shall make available full reports of each meeting and 
all business transacted at each meeting. 

(d.) Meetings - The Board of Directors shall, at a minimum, meet on the 
Monday night after the second Sunday in January, April, July, and October of each 
year, except these dates may be changed to accommodate holidays. A majority 
of the Association officers may also call the Board into session at other times as 
needed to accomplish business of the Association. 

Bylaw 3 - Officers and Duties 

(a.) Election - The officers of the Association shall be chosen by the 
Association at the Annual Meeting. The Officers shall include the (1) moderator, 
(2) vice-moderator, (3) clerk, (4) treasurer, and (5) parliamentarian. Officers shall 
hold office for one year, or until their successor is named. 

(b.) Removal - Any officer may be removed at any time upon an affirmative 
vote of a majority of the Association. If an office becomes vacant for any reason, 
the Association shall fill the vacancy. 

(c.) Moderator/Chairman - The Moderator shall serve as moderator of the 
Association and as chairman/moderator of the Board of Directors. The Moderator 

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shall preside over all meetings and" see that order and decorum are observed. 
The Moderator shall give general supervision and support to all Association activ- 
ities. The Moderator shall serve no more than two consecutive one-year terms. 
Nothing limits the number of total terms a Moderator may serve. 

(d.) Vice-Moderator/Vice-Chairman - The Vice-Moderator shall serve as 
Vice-Moderator of the Association and Board of Directors. The Vice-Moderator 
shall preside during the absence of the Moderator, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator. The Vice-Moderator shall fill the vacancy arising from the resignation 
or removal of the Moderator during the year. 

(e.) Clerk/Secretary - The Clerk shall serve at the annual meeting and as 
Secretary on the Board of Directors. The Clerk shall keep accurate record of the 
proceedings of the body and issue the minutes as soon as practical after adjourn- 
ment of each meeting. The Clerk shall mail uniform associational letters to the 
clerks of each member church in order to facilitate an orderly annual meeting. 
The Clerk may use the services of appropriate Association staff in the perfor- 
mance of the duties of the office of the clerk. 

(f.) Treasurer - The Treasurer shall receive all money contributed to the 
Association. The Treasurer, with assistance from appropriate Association staff 
when needed, shall make monthly reports or money received and money dis- 
bursed, and report at each meeting of the Board of Directors. 

(g.) Parliamentarian - The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the 
Moderator and the Association with all matters involving parliamentary procedure. 

(h.) Other Officers - The Association may establish other offices as needed to 
carry out the goals and mission of the Association. 

Bylaw 4 - Director of Missions 

(a.) Employment - The Director of Missions shall serve at the pleasure of the 
Association. The Director of Missions shall be selected by the Board of Directors 
and may be dismissed by the Board. The officers of the Association shall evalu- 
ate the Director of Missions annually. 

(b.) Duties - The mission program of the Association is under the guidance of 
the Director of Missions. The Director of Missions is to lead the Association in 
meeting the needs of the churches in carrying out the commission of Christ. The 
Director of Missions shall work in close consultation and collaboration with pas- 
tors, staff members, and elected leaders of the Association. The Director of 
Missions shall have further duties as may be adopted and set forth in the policy 
and procedure manual of the Association. 

Bylaw 5 - Membership in the Association 

(a.) Authority - The Association shall be the sole judge of its membership and 
may receive churches into its fellowship, reject application for membership, or 
withdraw membership status. 

(b.) Requirements - For a body to be considered for membership in the 
Association, it must (1) be a church applying from a sister association, coming in 
good standing; or (2) a duly constituted church formerly sponsored as a mission 
by a current member church for at least one year; or (3) a mission under the spon- 
sorship of the Association; or (4) an established church desiring affiliation, giving 
satisfactory evidence of belief in Baptist faith and practice. 

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(c.) Oversight -The Mission Performance Committee shall oversee the watch- 
care of any petitioning church and shall review all applications for membership 
and prepare a recommendation for submission to the Association. 

(d.) Withdrawal of Membership - Any church may withdraw from the 
Association by giving notice of its desire to do so as expressed by the congrega- 
tion of the church. The Association may withdraw the membership of any church 
that is not cooperating with the Association, upon an Affirmative vote of two-thirds 
of those messengers present at the time of any such vote. Prior to any vote for 
the Association to withdraw membership from a church, efforts must be made to 
bring the church back into cooperation with the Association. Any Church that 
withdraws from the Association or from which membership is withdrawn may not 
apply for membership for one year. 

(e.) Relationships - In no instance shall the Association presume to direct or 
control any member church with reference to its own government or internal poli- 
cy. The Association shall be ready and willing at all times to counsel, advise, or 
assist any church member when so requested. 

Bylaw 6 - Personnel 

(a.) Staff - The Association may employ staff as needed to carry out the mis- 
sion of the Association. 

(b.) Supervision - Unless otherwise specified in the policy and procedure 
manual, the Director of Missions shall supervise all staff members. 

Bylaw 7 - Financial Policy 

(a.) Budget - The Association and its ministries and organization shall oper- 
ate on a unified budget. Each member church should contribute its proportionate 
share of the Association budget, based on its membership and ability. Funds shall 
defray the expenses of the promotional, education, and missionary activities of 
the Association. Churches are encouraged to contribute on a monthly basis. 

(b.) New Programs - No program shall be inaugurated which might involve the 
Association directly or indirectly without prior approval of the Association. 

(c.) Solicitation - No solicitation of funds for any program or ministries shall be 
made to member churches or auxiliaries of any member church by any depart- 
ment or committee without prior approval of the Association. 

(d.) Board of Directors - The Board of Directors shall retain all those powers 
relating to financing allowed under the North Carolina Non-Profit Corporation Act, 
except those otherwise prohibited by these Bylaws or the Constitution of the 
Association. 

Bylaw 8 -The Mission Performance Group 

The Mission Performance Group (MPG) shall be composed of the associa- 
tional directors of the various church program organizations that may be used by 
the Association. The principle function of the Mission Performance Committee 
shall be to oversee the mission work of the various groups within the Association. 
The MPG shall be responsible for evaluating and bringing information and rec- 
ommendations to the Board of Directors on issues of interest to Association. 



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Bylaw 9 - Church Programs Organizations 

The Church Programs Organizations shall include the following: 

(a.) Pastoral Ministries - The Pastoral Ministries director helps the 
Association and churches carry out pastoral ministries. 

(b.) Sunday School (ACTeam) - The Sunday School Director plans, conducts, 
and evaluates Sunday School work in the Association. 

(c.) Discipleship Training - After appraising and evaluating discipleship-mak- 
ing needs within the Association, the Discipleship Training Director shall develop 
and implement appropriate training. 

(d.) Music -The Music Director leads churches to plan, conduct, enlarge, and 
improve their music program. The Music Director shall provide appropriate music 
at Association meetings. 

(e.) Brotherhood -The Brotherhood Director shall plan, evaluate, and conduct 
Brotherhood activities within the Association. 

(f.) WMU - The WMU Director shall plan, evaluate, and conduct WMU activi- 
ties within the Association. 

(g.) Evangelism - The Evangelism Director enlists, trains, and motivates 
churches to engage in evangelism. 

(h.) Stewardship - The Stewardship Director promotes the principles and 
practice of Christian stewardship within the Association. 

(i.) Missions Development - The Missions Development Director shall con- 
tinuously explore methods to further the Great Commission through the 
Association; and shall evaluate all mission programs and implement training 
needed to improve or expand mission programs. 

(j.) Media/Library/Ministry - The Media/Library/Ministry Director promotes, 
enlists, and develops media/library work in the Association. 

(k.) Recreation - The Recreation Director evaluates and develops recreation- 
al programs within the Association with the goal of developing opportunities to 
enhance the fellowship of believers and reach the unsaved and the unchurched. 

(I.) Christian Life/Public Affairs - The Christian Life/Public Affairs Director 
provides educational information concerning critical moral and ethical issues of 
the day, and leads the Association to respond in appropriate ways. 

(m.) Coastal Baptist Study Center - The Coastal Baptist Study Center 
Director oversees the work of the center, provides information to Association 
members regarding the center, and develops expansion of its programs. 

(n.) Youth Programs - The Youth Program Director evaluates programs with- 
in the Association for youth and helps implement appropriate programs within the 
Association and its member churches. 

Bylaw 10 - Standing Committees and Special Committees 

Standing committees are committees that have a continuing function in the 
total administration process of the Association. The Association may appoint non- 
standing special committees as needed to fulfill the mission of the Association. 
Committees that shall be considered a Standing Committee are: 

(a.) Nominating Committee - The task of this committee is to nominate per- 
sons to serve in the offices of the Association, as Directors of church program 
organizations, and as committee members on the Association committees. These 
nominations shall be presented at the Annual Meeting. Recommendations from 
the Committee do not preclude nominations from the floor. This committee shall 

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also fill vacancies occurring between annual sessions, subject to subsequent 
approval by the Board of Directors. 

(b.) Order of Business Committee - The Moderator/President, Secretary/ 
Clerk, Music Director, and Director of Missions shall be members of this Commit- 
tee, in addition to any others named. This committee shall work with staff to pre- 
pare the printed programs for the annual meeting, secure a time and place for the 
annual meeting. 

(c.) Resolutions -The Resolutions Committee shall prepare resolutions need- 
ed to conduct the business of the Association. All resolutions presented to the 
Association at the Annual Meeting or any called meeting, shall be delivered in 
writing to the Resolutions Committee at least 10 days prior to the meeting at 
which it is to be considered. The Parliamentarian shall serve as an ex officio 
member of this committee. 

(d.) Finance - The task of the committee is to (a) study the financial needs of 
the Association; (b) solicit budgetary input from all associational programs, com- 
mittees, and ministries; (c) prepare and present an annual budget for adoption; 
and (d) work with the Stewardship Director in securing cooperation of the church- 
es in meeting the budget. 

(e.) Constitution and Bylaws - This committee shall study for recommenda- 
tion to the Association any proposed changes to the Constitution, bylaws, or pol- 
icy manual. 

(f.) Personnel - The role of the personnel committee is to make recommenda- 
tions to the Association concerning staff employment, job descriptions, terms of 
employment, and related considerations. This committee shall also be responsi- 
ble for development of any personnel manual needed. It shall also oversee the 
annual evaluation of all employees and make annual recommendations to the 
Finance Committee regarding staff salaries. 

(g.) Building and Grounds - This committee shall periodically inspect all 
associational property. It shall make recommendations, as needed, concerning 
maintenance, modifications, policies, furnishings, insurance, and grounds care. 

Bylaw 11 - Committee Membership 

(a.) Membership - A person shall not serve on more than two standing com- 
mittees of the Association. A committee member who is unable to serve should 
notify the Association so that a replacement member may be named. 

(b.) Term of Office - Committee members shall serve for one year or until a 
replacement is named. Nothing restricts the number of special committees upon 
which a person may serve. A committee member may serve unlimited consecu- 
tive terms. 

Bylaw 12 - Amendments 

(a.) These Bylaws may be amended at any meeting of the Association at which 
a quorum is present, if (1) notice of the proposed alteration or amendment is con- 
tained in the notice of such meeting and (2) the proposed amendment has been 
reviewed by the Constitution and Bylaws committee. The Committee should make 
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Bylaw 13 - Miscellaneous 

(a.) Rules of Order - The parliamentary authority of the Association shall be 
Robert's Rules of Order (the latest edition). 

These bylaws being adopted on October 23, 1999, during the second day session 
of the Brunswick Baptist Association. 

(Moderator) 

(Clerk) 



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